Meet St. John Cromoli on Nelson’s Capitol Theatre stage

Cromoli 4 Supreme Leader is Lucas Myers’ latest show, it will be at the Capitol on October 5 and 6. Go to capitoltheatre.bc.ca for tickets.

Meet St. John Cromoli who will be making his appearance on Nelson's Capitol Theatre stage in October.

Name: St. John Cromoli

Sign: Pegacorn (Pegasus and Unicorn)

Favorite Colour: Freedom rouge

Why are you running for Supreme Leader? The current approach is not working.  The world is getting hotter, everyone is getting angrier at everyone else…and the politicians all just seem eager to tell people what they want to hear while sucking up to the money men as opposed to doing anything about it.

We need a drastic change in order to get this planet back on track and it needs to be a global effort.  And we got fired from our Sing o Gram gig in Grand Forks so we have some time on our hands.

David Bowie Desert Island Track: Ooooh, I’m going to have to cheat and pick two. “Rock’n’roll Suicide” for the down days and “Suffragette City” for rockin’ out.

Cromoli 4 Supreme Leader is Lucas Myers’ latest show, it will be at the Capitol on October 5 and 6. Go to capitoltheatre.bc.ca for tickets. Head to votecromoli.wordpress.com to take part in the campaign!

 

 

 

 

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