If you don't know by now, we have a kid producer who we lovingly call "Hairball." He's 24, has a weird beard, and his hair is almost always in a way that makes him look like something a cat threw up.

For the last 21 years, there's been a touring band by the same name that appears around the country. Hairball plays covers of all the classics - Van Halen, KISS, Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Queen, Journey, Aerosmith, and more - all while dressing themselves as the band they're covering.

Well, they're not only a rocking band, but they also have quite the following. A couple thousand people turned out at the Rust Belt to rock out on Friday night.

Being he's in the same as the band, we thought it'd be good to have Hairball (the kid) introduce Hairball (the band).

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We sent him over with some shirts, told him to keep it quick, hype up the crowd, plug the show and radio station, and get off the stage. That's exactly what he did.

"For the first time at the Rust Belt, here's Hairball," is what the MC said, followed by a whole lot of cheering.

"From 97X," he finished the statement, and that was met with significantly less cheers as Hairball ran onto the stage.

Apparently he took the "Give out all the shirts" literally, because he finished his 10 second spiel about the radio station with throwing out the shirt on his back.

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Look at that hot bod.

If you were there, we're sorry you had to experience that. Please, don't hesitate to send us an email with your grievances.

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