Since "My Bologna" hit the airwaves in the '80s, Weird Al's career has successfully spoofed "The King of Pop," Michael Jackson, on up through "Mother Monster," Lady Gaga. In between, he's done guest-stints on "The Simpsons," filmed a comedy special and released a book, appropriately titled, "Weird Al: The Book." In other words, Weird Al is about as popular as ever. His song parodies and originals have been a staple on "The Dr. Demento Show," while his live shows are a comedic tour de force and an experience all their own. After his highly successful Mandatory World Tour (200 dates including the Hollywood Bowl and Radio City Music Hall), Yankovic
decided that he wanted to take a break from the high-octane theatrics that he’s known for and go bare-bones – no costumes,
no props, no video screens… just Al and his band of three decades hanging out on stage, playing music. Because of the nature
of the show, Yankovic will be performing exclusively in intimate theatres and settings.