J-Stache Trailer Premieres Today on Funny or Die.com!

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The Crime-fighting, Bullwhipping, Party Animal Mustache Hits the Interwebs

J-Stache and Oatesie, Ready for Action

Fulfill your potential my man, we could start a pretty fresh side gig: Monopoly Guy appearances!

In 1990, John Oates made a huge mistake. After years in the limelight and countless hit singles, he parted ways with one of the founding members of blue-eyed-soul duo Hall and Oates.

No, not Darryl Hall. His mustache, better known as J-Stache.

But now, he’s back and finally getting the fame he deserves. The trailer for his new series debuts TODAY on FunnyorDie.com, so head over there, pay him some respect, and check out his blog at JStache.com.

Recently, J-Stache has been doing what he does best: pimping out Oates, who has been talking up the show to the guys over at Billboard, Bullz-Eye, Asylum, and Crave Online.

“Listen up kids, I’ve been at this since before you were in diapers,” said J-Stache. “Me and my boy Oatesie are coming to blow your mind, and there’s nothing you can do about it.”

So anyway – check out the trailer over at FunnyorDie.com, read his blog at JStache.com, and follow him on Twitter.com/JStache. Don’t worry, J-Stache doesn’t get what Twitter is good for, either.

All hail the mustache, baby.

About J-Stache
The ‘70s and ‘80s were good to the mustachioed John Oates, but the rock ‘n roll lifestyle began to take a toll and he knew that change was necessary. After that fateful night in 1990 when John Oates and J-Stache split ways, J-Stache wouldn’t go quietly. He refused to slow down his hard-partying lifestyle and was determined to remain a part of Oates’ life. Now, they’re back together fighting crime and running Oates’ Aspen, CO celebrity health spa, Phunk Shui, on the side.

John Oates stars as himself, with comedian Dave Attell as the voice of J-Stache, his boozing, womanizing, and slightly drug-addled moustache. Whether battling mustachioed evildoers like Geraldo Rivera or diving down another bottle of tequila, J-Stache is a man… err… moustache… of action.

J-Stache has a blog at JStache.com, where he shares his latest exploits (like the time he saw Oprah naked after doing whippits and listening to ELO with Stedman), shares career advice (to marketer Seth Godin: “Fulfill your potential my man, we could start a pretty fresh side gig: Monopoly Guy appearances!”), and discovers the best new music out there. You should follow him on Twitter at Twitter.com/JStache.

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