Silly Rabbits

Dance-music gurus for over a decade, does Rabbit in the Moon still have anything left in the tank?

But once the guys moved to Los Angeles three years ago, they felt it was time. They created the album to match their shows, using the DVD to tell a story through music.

"It was purging the past, because we had fans that wanted to hear our old stuff," Christophere says. "It was our way of saying, here is the stuff you've always wanted along with a glimpse of the future."

The future was L.A., where they are currently working on a second record, possibly a double album, with lots of new music. Various other projects loom ahead for the group as well. For one, Christophere says he recently finished production work for Gingger Shankar, granddaughter of legendary Indian composer, Ravi Shankar.

Rabbit in the Moon Creating Electronic Theater
Rabbit in the Moon Creating Electronic Theater


Rabbit in the Moon performs at Freedom Fest, Thursday, July 3, at Revolution, 200 W. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. 10 p.m.; $35 in advance, $40 at the door. Call 954-522-0733, or visit

"One of our dreams being out in L.A. was to get more involved and work on things like movie soundtracks," Christophere says. "Bringing Rabbit in the Moon to L.A. was to create other opportunities for us to do all kinds of stuff."

Florida, though, is still deep in their hearts.

"The Florida crowd are home to us," he says. "They evolved with us. Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, all those places are really fun for us to play."

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