Gustafer Yellowgold’s “Wisdom Tooth of Wisdom” DVD Release Concert

“DR.SEUSS meets ‘YELLOW SUBMARINE’!” --The New York Times

Saturday, November 15th at 10:30am

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General Admission
$8/Kids and Seniors
$7/Regent Members


Groovy Gustafer Yellowgold is a friendly fellow who came from the Sun and landed in the Minnesota woods. Morgan Taylor, songwriter/illustrator, developed the “musical moving storybook” Gustafer Yellowgold experience as equal parts pop rock concert and hand-drawn cartoon movie.

Gustafer Yellowgold’s Show, a funny and touching multi-media concert of music, stories and animation, will be coming to The Regent to celebrate the release of Gustafer Yellowgold’s Wisdom Tooth of Wisdom, the sixth offering in the Gustafer Yellowgold series, where former Sun-resident Gustafer Yellowgold traverses the woodlands of Minnesota to find the owner of the world’s largest and most mysterious molar.

This performance will be celebrating and feature songs and videos from the brand new release, Gustafer Yellowgold’s Wisdom Tooth of Wisdom, along with plenty of fan favorites from the five previous award-winning Gustafer Yellowgold DVDs, all filled with the one-of-a-kind blend of blissful pop music, lyrical poignancy, and cartoon absurdity.

Check out this video—“I Can’t Feel My Face”—from the new DVD!


“...the most infectious original songs. ...It’s like he’s tapped into some pleasure center in the brain — both adult and kid ... absurdly appealing. Grade A.”—Entertainment Weekly

“Star of Kindie Rock - Gustafer Yellowgold.”—Time Magazine

“Taylor’s whimsical, lightly psychedelic musical world forms an interesting bridge between adult and kids’ music.”—Los Angeles Times

“He’s a Star on Stage and Screen!... Parenting groups weary of the visual and audio intensity of many of today’sentertainment choices praise Taylor’s whimsical approach… the mix of catchy tunes and offbeat stories has endeared Taylor, and Gustafer, to teenagers as well.”—Washington Post

“Gustafer Yellowgold has made kids’ music so cool that teenagers and ultra-hip bands such as Wilco want to get in on the act…A shiny blend of pop art and pop tunes.”—Chicago Tribune