Following up with last week's post on Facebook ground rules, Michael Dove went digging and found that there are at least three keytar-related Facebook groups for Kriston and I to join.
Keytar For Freedom: Centered in Colorado, this group boasts 92 members, and apparently is listed as a "Common Interest--Politics" group. Apparently, playing the keytar is not just a hobby...it's a DUTY! The most recent posting is from someone who just bought a working keytar for $3 from a thrift store in Mississippi, which, funnily enough, is exactly the way I imagined most people obtain their keytars.
Bring Back The Keytar: The description of this group reads: "Man on a mission...it will come back...and it WILL be cooler than ever before," and 79 other people have taken up this rallying cry. Here, someone has done the THINKABLE, and shopped up a "KEYTAR HERO" box cover. Which I'd totally buy if it existed.
Get Rosco A Keytar: This group, administered by four kids from the awesomely named Methacton High School, was set up in order to rally the Facebook community behind "getting" "Rosco" a "keytar." We have news! Apparently, the goal has been achieved! They will now move on to Phase Two of the plan: Getting Rosco Laid.
This all begs the question that we may or may not have asked at one point in the past but anyway, have totally forgotten about if we did and we're just going to ask it again, anyway: Who in the history of Rock is the sine qua non of keytar players? Leave your answers in the comments, or staple them to your head and walk around neighborhoods where you know I might be.