“Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.”
A&R guys from major record labels had already described the band as “positive rock,” and “perfect for a post-9/11 world.” The planets had finally gotten in line.
Listen to the interview I did with Net. Work. Master. about music, how to grow community, and how to achieve your vision.
“We must kill our babies, sometimes in violent and fantastical ways. We must embody the shadow, putting on the hockey mask and becoming the villain until we have laid waste to what doesn’t serve us, our family, or our community.”
The more we distance ourselves from our neighbor, the more we estrange ourselves. The more we unfriend people who disagree with us, the more we create gaps and echo chambers and an inability to engage in meaningful and transformative dialogue.
“There are no words to express how simultaneously star struck and disappointed by his attitude I was. But, Gene Simmons got bumped so I could sleep in, and that’s kind of cool.”
I was recently interviewed by my friend Jason Sowell (a rock star in his own right) for his podcast, “Boldly Going,” over at State-Lines.com. We had lots of fun talking about […]