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Glenn Goodspeed is a Texas blues-rocker-songwriter whose aim is to flood the Internet with his music, thereby assuring immortality in the digital domain. People thousands of years from now will be listening to his peculiar forms of blues, rock and pop music and saying, "What?"
Why this name?
Seemed like a good idea at the time.
Do you play live?
Yes, of course. To play dead is so difficult, and what do you do afterward?
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Hmmm. How does the computer chip change the abacus industry?
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
You bet. Any contract that would give him total control of everything, including the Board of Directors, Goodspeed would sign in a minute.
Goodspeed has a long history of bands, almost all of which have long since become part of the beer-soaked legacy of the local blues scene.
Musical influenzas? Sounds unpleasant.
Bugs Henderson has this song where he says nothing beats four tens, and I had a Carvin 4-10 bass cabinet for a while, but now I'm using an Ampeg 1-15. Bugs also said the sound comes from the player, not the equipment, so I guess it doesn't really matter.