The Library Bards

The Library Bards - Special Musical Guest

The Library Bards are a nerd parody band consisting of Bonnie Gordon (ABC's The Quest; Cartoon Network; R. Mika in Street Fighter V; Mega Man 11; Fire Emblem Echoes) and Xander Jeanneret (TBS' King of the Nerds; Announcer in Divekick, Sagas of Sundry; etc.). They take Top 40 hits and transform them into the nerdy versions they should have been in the first place! With their catchy tunes and nerdy lyrics, the @LibraryBards will be bringing you into the #BardLife in no time! Follow all of their shenanigans at
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Although recently seen in many screen projects and web series, Bonnie is most recognized for her time on ABC’s inventively fun fantasy/reality show, The Quest, the Star Trek Geek & Sundry show "Shield of Tomorrow", or the fun cyberpunk superhero show, "Callisto 6" on Project Alpha. If her face doesn’t seem familiar to you, perhaps her voice will… From video games to anime, some voiceover credits include Street Fighter V (Rainbow Mika); Mega Man (Bounce Man); Fire Emblem: Echoes (Silque and the vocalist for the end credits song); recurring characters on Cartoon Network's Mighty Magiswords; Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock; Ikki Tousen (Soujin); Akiba’s Trip; Guided Fate Paradox (Frunetti/Misery); Demon Gaze for PSVita (Comit/Chronos/Pluto), and more to come! Her future plans include living off of cheese plates and world domination.

You can find her on Twitter and IG at @BonnieBellG Library Bards - @librarybards


Xander Jeanneret is an actor, voice over artist, and reality personality living in Hollywood, CA. A fan favorite finalist on the popular TBS show, King of the Nerds (Season 2), Xander has been recently seen on multiple Geek & Sundry/Project Alpha shows such as "Sagas of Sundry:Madness" and "We're Alive: Frontier." Xander has also provided the voice of the "Announcer" on the hit indie fighting game Divekick and the voice of Zampa in the MMORPG Dragon Nest. Most recently, Xander has been traveling the US with his parody band The Library Bards, a collaboration with Bonnie Gordon. Fluent in Japanese, and a member of the LGBTQ Community,