A while back, I mentioned that my brothers John and Dónal are contributors on Facts.ie. Since then, John has started his own channel, Sharuf!, featuring his hilarious adventures with his furry best friend, Rufus Bluestuff (yours truly, from this episode onwards). It’s been a hell of a learning curve, getting back into puppeteering (I did a course donkey’s years ago). I’m still finding my feet, from a technical point of view, but i’m having a blast doing this show with John and I hope you love it too. A like is better than a watch, and a subscribe is better than a like.
Howdy peeps! A while back I posted a video of my two brothers John and Donal doing their thing over at Facts. Since then, Johnny started his own YouTube channel, Sharuf, and this weekend I made a guest appearance with all my brothers to talk about Unshaved Mouse, our childhoods and to finally answer the age old question “No, seriously. HOW MANY OF YOU GUYS ARE THERE?!”
Huge thanks to Johnny for having me on, it was a blast and we definitely need to do it again some time. Also, my OTHER brother Dónal has just released his new music video which you can see here without even having to go to YouTube. For am I not generous?
Please like and subscribe and check out my brothers other videos and help bring about a glorious future of completely Sharpson run media.
We are everywhere. We are coming. We are Sharpson.
Happy Father’s Day everybody!
As some of you may know, my brothers John and Donal are both regulars on the Facts series on YouTube. For Father’s day they brought my Dad onto the show (thanks for showing me up guys, I just got him a frickin’ book) and not to brag or anything but my old man just killed it. Here’s the video.
My brother’s band Feeding Time at the Zoo have released their first EP and you can listen to them here and you should listen, and like and share and download and tweet and cyber…surf (I’m old) because it is seriously awesome.
Really, it’s the shit. Really, really good.
Now I know what you’re thinking: “Well, of course he’s going to say it’s good, it’s his brother.”
Because right now, we are embroiled in a bitter inheritance dispute and if I could do anything to hurt him, I would. But I can’t badmouth this track, it’s just too good.
TO BE CONTINUED?