'Community' Star Alison Brie Turns Rock Star, Performs With Her New BandBritt Hayes |
What can't this woman do? This past weekend 'Community' and 'Mad Men' star Alison Brie and her band "The Girls" (comprised of Brie, Julianna Guill, and Cyrina Fiallo) played their first gig in New York, opening for bluegrass group Jones Street Station.
Uproxx has a recap of the show, in which the Girls mostly performed covers of songs by Bruce Springsteen and "a re-imagining" of Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend." The ladies also covered a Childish Gambino ('Community' co-star Donald Glover's project) track titled "These Girls."
Alison Brie is slowly dominating the universe. First her delightful turn as Trudy on 'Mad Men' with her many fancy hats and the gift of the catchphrase, "Christ on a cracker, Trudy!" And then her adorable role as Annie on 'Community,' giving us things like Annie's Boobs and delivering all that comedy with those big Disney princess eyeballs. And now this. Alison Brie, you are big talent hog and you need to save some amazing for the rest of us.
Check these videos of the Girls (including the cover of Glover's "These Girls") with their dreamy vocal harmonies and try not to drop your next paycheck on a creepy stalker engagement ring:
All images courtesy Nadia Chaudhury, Uproxx.com