Episode 150: Link 80 Pt. 2 w/ Adam Davis
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Welcome to episode 150. Thanks to everyone for making this happen since March of 2018. Today I have a follow-up conversation with Adam Davis from who played guitar in Link 80 His first interview is Episode 34 if you want to check that out after. This is basically some extra stories that he didn’t tell last time plus just the 2 of us bantering about current music affairs.
I got him back on the Skype and this is what we chat about:
- The saxophone player from Lost Boys
- Patrick Stump from Fallout Boy
- The other Adam from Link 80
- Bad Time Records
- Playing ska again with Omnigone
- The East LA ska scene
- The band Turnstile
- Playing Fest this year
- 88 Fingers Louie saving the day at Fireside bowl
- Being hopeful for an Op Ivy reunion
- How can the current ska scene not dissolve again
- And a ton more
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