i know him! zach, high, hello and how is your new harmonica family? heather
You were corrupted young... I was 13.
That was my first show, too. I was 8! Very cool.
Local Natives is also on high rotation in my home and car! Jennie and Chris' morning show is the places where we first heard them, and now we can't get enough. We just wish they would play their music more.
Jennie Grabel rocks the Nathanson house!
BFD!! I was there in 1996, hello Squirrel Nut Zippers, Billy Idol and Pearl Jam, ahahahha!! I've also been dabbling in the Traveling Wilburys collection because of you. Nice job, Steve!
RE:Dylan, I am not sure exactly how Bo and I cohabitate given my propensity for Dylan worship. I had no idea. May the endless playing og "Blonde on Blonde" commence!
I used to see Kevin Ayers all the time at the Congress a few years ago. I think he came in every day for lunch when he was doing some recording for his new album at a studio nearby. I said hello and nervously chatted with him a few times. He was alway very suave and unbelievably cool and casually friendly. I don't think anyone working there realized that such a legend was in their midst.
Clearly this man is a genius...
I like this Sean guy.
Kenny G sucks BIG TIME!!!
She is wonderful isn't she? I remember back in hike school when her orange VW bug had a huge beautiful butterfly on the hood...that was perfect.
And her Flickr page is...???
I love this woman!
Love that question, "What CD's are in your changer?".
You could've said, "I hate CDs with a passion and you should too,' or "Nobody has a 'changer' anymore, have you guys heard of MP3 players? I hear they're all the rage!"
This a great interview. But what can I say, he is my son. What he failed not mentioned was that when he was an Andy Frain usher, he worked the very last concert Elvis Presley performed in Chicago before he passed away.
get a life.
You really can't have a tie with that many albums...what a fucking cop-out!!! Why not just run-off your entire collection??? A 10-way tie??? That's officially ridiculous.
There's no guilt in loving the Cure. Plenty of guilt loving Pearl Jam.
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