The hottest band in Boston right now is a guy playing the keytar in a ‘Ted’ bear costume
UPDATE: There is now video.
Is it too late for a Boston Music Awards write-in campaign? Because this guy wearing a Ted bear suit while playing the keytar in various MBTA subway stations is suddenly the hottest musical act in town. Over the past week or two the Dropkick Furry has been spotted at Park Street Station, the Old State House, Downtown Crossing — and this morning he’s shredding up Back Bay Station.
It appears he hasn’t made an Allston appearance yet, because, well, he already has a fan base.
He’s so hot right now, and we don’t even know what he’s playing (in our head’s it’s a constant loop of Bertie Higgins’ 1982 softy rock classic “Key Largo”).
Let’s hope he makes a surprise appearance at the Liberty Hotel on December 8. We’ll certainly invite him into our bathtub. Unless it’s just Steven Tyler in disguise.
That would be a person in a bear costume playing a keytar. You're welcome. pic.twitter.com/egrg4nFN10
— Erin Podolak (@ErinPodolak) November 15, 2013
— Lisa McColgan (@shelfbeast) November 21, 2013
Gotta love the guy in a panther costume shredding the keytar outside Park Street Station pic.twitter.com/XczLA2PQgs
— Psul95 (@psul95) November 18, 2013
— Jocelyn (@hkergrrl) November 15, 2013
— Liz Devlin (@FLUXboston) November 15, 2013
Could the #keytarbear please come play the Davis T stop in the mornings?! WOULD MAKE MY LIFE
— Sarah Idriss (@_SarahIdriss) November 19, 2013