Hey, who wants to hear my voice?

For the first time ever, I said yes to a podcast interview. Jesse from Set Lusting Bruce, a Springsteen podcast, caught me in a sharing mood and we talked about how I came to be a Springsteen fan and lots of other stuff about my childhood and my career path and whether or not I think Mary gets in the car at the end of “Thunder Road.” If you’ve ever wondered about the mystery that is moi, here’s your chance. I don’t open up the Fortress of Solitude every day, you know.

Listen to my episode of Set Lusting Bruce here.

3 thoughts on “Hey, who wants to hear my voice?

  1. Set Lusting Bruce September 12, 2019 / 9:38 pm

    I’m so pleased and honored you joined me. I loved visiting with you.

  2. Paul Haider September 13, 2019 / 9:37 am

    An interview with Jesse is quite a pleasure, and our first experience being recorded was also a “sound check” for the second interview recorded in 2019. I was honoured that Jesse interviewed me for the first time from Buddy Holly’s hometown of Lubbock. By the way, Mary got into Bruce’s car that was also the Challenger from “The Promise.” Bruce got a new car for “Racing In the Street” with problems in the relationship due to inflation and an energy crisis in the 1970’s. Mary fell in love with Bruce again when he drove all night to buy her a pair of shoes. All four of those songs were written by Bruce on the piano 🎹 in great key of F major. 😉
    Cheers! Paul Haider, England

  3. Paul Haider September 14, 2019 / 11:38 am

    Joyce and Jesse, it was a pleasure for me to hear the conservation. Joyce, you saw Bruce in concert on the Darkness tour with his first appearance in Boston’s biggest indoor arena. The story about the backstage pass and seeing a “skinny” Bruce in person was also a pleasure to hear in addition to rising the elevator with Danny and Roy. Darkness is my favourite album despite “Thunder Road” being my favourite song; those ten songs from 1978 will always be in my mind, heart, and soul. Thank you for sharing! Now, when will Jesse find our original conversation from December of 2015 in Chicago that was more organic and far superior to our second interview in March of 2019? Cheers! Paul

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