SPRUCE PEAK AT STOWE, VT – The Blanks aka “Ted’s Band” from the TV Show Scrubs are coming to Stowe for one night only, and news flash – A cappella is hip! It has officially become cool to be in an a cappella band now. Groups are springing up all over the country, inspired by the Blanks, who appear worldwide on the syndicated TV show Scrubs. Based in LA, The Blanks perform and sing family-friendly (and cool) entertainment with plenty of musical and sketch comedy. The Stowe premiere is Friday, August 12 at 8:00 pm, reserved seating is $34 and tickets are available at www.sprucepeakaerts.org .
About The Blanks
SAM LLOYD played the recurring role of character “Ted Buckland” on all nine seasons of Scrubs on NBC and later ABC, now airing on Comedy Central, TV Land, WGN, and a host of other local/regional channels just in the US. The show is on several times a day everywhere in the US, giving the Blanks a constant boob tube presence. The kids like it. Their parents like it. Sam is joined by Paul F. Perry, George Miserlis and Philip McNiven. In 2004, the Blanks released their debut CD, “Riding the Wave” (Parody Records). In 2008 they began touring. In 2008 they also made shirts. PAUL F. PERRY is from Stoneham, MA and does all the arrangements for the Blanks. He met Sam and George while attending Syracuse University together. GEORGE MISERLIS (a.k.a. “The Hairy One”) hails from Lowell, Massachusetts. George and Sam met while double dating twin sisters at their favorite hangout, Chuck E. Cheese. PHILIP MCNIVEN was! raised in Philadelphia, the son of an Englishman and a French Impressionist, which for some reason makes him Canadian.