In case you missed it, we drove to Green Bay last month to see a show from Corey Feldman and his band of Angels. We wrote a (remarkably fair and evenhanded) review of said Corey Feldman show. Corey Feldman then proceeded to call us a “total deusche”:

So yeah, it was…an experience. (Feldman was apparently upset we linked to a 2013 Vice piece about his birthday party, which we won’t do again here.) And yeah, Corey Feldman & The Angels are now coming to Shank Hall on Wednesday, June 28 (the first day of Summerfest). General admission tickets are $20. VIP tickets are $75. Here we go again.

Per our Green Bay review, here’s what you can expect:

• Corey Feldman. He came out wearing a red, Michael Jackson-esque jacket and a gold, Daft Punk-esque hoodie. Many more costume changes were in store, including a straight-up Michael Jackson outfit (complete with a “Billie Jean” tribute) and the studded black leather jacket he wore in Dream A Little Dream. His long, dyed-black mane was from the Damien Echols school of hairstyles, and at one point he took off his shirt. Dude is in good shape!

• More Corey Feldman. He played a ton of stuff from his old albums, a ton of stuff from his new album (Angelic 2 The Core), and a song he co-wrote with Rick Springfield called “Former Child Actor” that includes the lyric, “And even though that don’t mean shit to you / I still gotta drink your pee.” He played “Go 4 It” and, yes, “Ascension Millennium.”

• Corey Feldman on a hoverboard.

• Corey Feldman getting real with a song about “what’s happening in the world right now.”

And here’s video from the Green Bay show. See you at Shank in June!

 

Corey Feldman live in Green Bay

Posted by Matt Wild on Thursday, March 23, 2017

 

Corey Feldman live in Green Bay

Posted by Milwaukee Record on Thursday, March 23, 2017

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