April 2017 is almost over but we’re not done yet! Reid Chancellor talks about his upcoming comic book memoir that chronicles his time in the Evansville music scene. Sometimes as a performer you become everyone but yourself. We get deep and talk about depression, living with it while running a band, the risks you take all the while trying to keep your own identity afloat.
Archives for April 2017
Tori and Laura answer questions about putting linoleum on top of linoleum, garage heaters pulling too much power, boyfriends holding the door open for other people, how to name businesses, mnemonic devices, binary questions, skeleton bones, ex-girlfriend sleepovers, going from friends to more than friends, and flying from New York to L.A.
Stew Armstrong, Lou Rodriguez, and Paul Eason of Encounter Church join me to discuss what has been going on since last year’s purchase of Hammerheads bar on Main Street in downtown Evansville.