And then, somewhere in that uncomfortable realm of pity and disgust, you get the joke. This guys not for serious. Neil Hamburger whose real name is Gregg Turkington is the joke. And its hilarious. See, Hamburgers a fictional character; a half-parody of, half-tribute to the glorious lounge acts of the ΄60s, whose alcohol-soaked antics were only eclipsed by their class, baby. With the drawl of a drunken Ed Sullivan, Hamburger rambles through bits about Paris Hilton and Michael Jackson with post-modern charm. Hes performed his shtick at Madison Square Garden and on Jimmy Kimmel Live, but tonight at 10 hell hit PS14 (28 NE 14 St., Miami) along with opening act Notorious Nastie & Phoney Montana. Tickets cost $7. Visit www.notoriousnastie.com.
Fri., June 27, 10 p.m., 2008