As a proud, wrist-strong member of the Colbert Nation, I’m particularly stoked about John Legend’s Revolver Tour gracing the MACC (thanks to the fine folks at BAMP Project). After all, I first fell in love with the soulful singer/songwriter and producer after he performed “The Girl is Mine,” in a clever duet with Stephen Colbert, on The Colbert Report, battling for the affections of Lady Liberty. Additionally, Legend appeared on the finale of the sixth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, another personal boob tube favorite. OK, enough of the TV dork stuff. Seriously, Legend is not only a multi-platinum artist whose earliest recording roots go back to Lauryn Hill’s 1998 release, Everything is Everything, but an amazingly active advocate for impoverished people in Mbola, Tanzania, with his admirable “Show Me Campaign” (check it out at www.showmecampaign.org ) If you’re thinking that all my yammer is a lot of yawn, I’ll chalk it up to the man having no need for a Pick bump—he’s already, well, a legend in the making. So if you’re still scrambling to get tickets, good luck. If you’ve got them secured, go and live it up. One Cameron Way, Kahului.