Born: Yes, in The True North Strong and Free!

Hair: Thousands

Eyes: Bluer than Blue

Hobbies: "Watching French Girls Dance."

Instruments played: Old Guitars & Old Drums

Influences: Elvis Presley's Hips, Marilyn Monroe’s lips, Ricky Nelson's Eyelids, Kerouak's Typewriter, Eno's Silence,
Dylan's Notebook, Lenny Bruce's Language, Hitchcock's Iris', Rita Heyworth’s hair,  Hendrix's Feedback, Strummer's Spit, Townsend's right hand, Elvis Costello's Thesaurus, MLK's Patience, Keef's Endurance

Ambitions: To be

Favorite Colour: Black

Favorite Food: Pesto Pasta, Indian Korma, Carrot Cake

Drinks: Coffee, Vodka/Cranberry, Hot Hot Sake, Guinness

Magazines: LA Times on Sunday, MAD, MOJO, Wired, Film Score Monthly

Albums: London Calling by The Clash, Johnny Cash At San Quentin, Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd, Diamond Dogs by David Bowie, Kind of Blue by Miles Davis, The Pearl by Brian Eno & Harold Budd, Love Country Style by Ray Charles, Let It Be by The Replacements, Passion by Peter Gabriel, Dreams of Freedom (Ambient) by Bob Marley, Horses by Pattie Smith, American Dream by lcd Soundsystem, Play by Moby, every Police album, every Beatles album.

Song: “Mystery Train” by Elvis Presley

First Concert: "It's either T-Rex or Sonny & Cher, I sat on my dad's lap, I  was very, very young"

Books: The Little Prince by Antoine de St. Exupéry, Storming the Reality Studio, Dr. Sax by Jack Kerouac, 3,000 Years of Black Poetry, The Seth Material by Jane Roberts, The Making of The Wizard of Oz by Aljean Harmetz, Life by Keith Richards

T.V.: Twilight Zone, Mad Men, Court T.V., Nova, Stranger Things, Black Mirror, The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine, GLOW, SNL, Monty Python.

Films: Citizen Kane, Sunset Boulevard, Rumble Fish, Raging Bull, The 39 Steps, Dark Passage, Gilda, La Belle et la Béte,
Back to the Future (I, II, & III), I Am Cuba, Black Panther, A Matter of Life or Death/Stairway To Heaven, Vertigo, Cold War.

Actors: Gary Oldman, James Dean, Charles Laughton, Peter Sellers

Actress: Rita Heyworth, Kim Novak, Michelle Pfiefer, Wynonna Ryder

Writers: Jack Kerouak, Arthur Rimbaud, William Gibson, Charles Bukowski, Langston Hughes


Places: New Orleans, Paris, Boise, San Francisco, Toronto, and of course NYC

Groups: The Beatles, The Clash, U2, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Public Enemy, Los Lobos, Radiohead, The Police,
Arcade Fire, The American Indian Movement

Singers: Sam Cooke, Little Jimmy Scott, Roy Orbison, Elvis [Both], Michael Stipe, Patsy Cline,
The guy in Gypsy Kings, Mavis Staples, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Frank Sinatra, Grant Lee Phillips, Angela McCluskey

SongWriters: Lennon & McCartney, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Neil Young, Bono/Clayton/Edge/Mullen, Pattie Smith, Lou Reed, Kurt Cobain, Bob Marley, Prince, Strummer/Jones, (early) Neil Diamond, Elvis [Costello], Leonard Cohen, I could go on...

Composers: Ennio Morricone, Ry Cooder, Samual Barber, Harold Budd

Song for a rainy day: “Till I Get it Right” by Tammy Wynette

Song to get you going on a Saturday Night: “Low Rider” by WAR

Song to make Love to: Anything by Erik Satie, Marvin Gaye or Led Zeppelin, 

depending on the mood.

Hero: Nelson Mandela

Heroine: Margaret Attwood, Nina Simone, Maya Angelou

Other Comments: "What's so Funny 'bout Peace, Love & Understanding?"

Anything Else: "From HogTown to DogTown..."

What would you do if you ruled the World?: "Teach the World to sing!"

What you'd like to see in the new Century: For humans to evolve, Mary Margaret

O'Hara to release a 2nd record.

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