I made my second appearance as a guest on WJOB radio’s “Flying Around the Sun” on September 6, 2012 in Hammond Indiana, where I was interviewed by show hosts Mark Mybeck and Phil Rapchak.
On the show, I discussed the recent release of BOOTLEG 21-35, the first-ever live Skafish album, which was recorded August 29, 1977 at my 21st birthday party performance in Chicago at Ratso’s. In addition to premiering tracks from the bootleg. I enjoyed giving away free digital copies of the album to those who called in by phone. For more info on the bootleg and purchasing options, visit www.skafishbootleg.com.
Among other topics, I talked about the history of my band and being a bandleader, my pioneering days in Chicago as the city’s punk/new wave/alternative and indie Godfather, and my role as a co-creator of these art forms internationally. I also discussed my relationship with IRS Records chief Miles Copeland.
The interview was streamed live and captured on film by Guy Rhodes.
Special Thanks: Glinda Harrison, and to the band: Larry Mazalan, Karen Winner, David Prochazka, Greg Sarchet, and Larry Mysliwiec
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