In this episode Bill talks with Jay Anderson of the band UWUW (pronounced You You).
We talk about growing up as kids with their heads in the clouds and the difference between youthful imagination being encouraged and discouraged in the home. We also talk about playing drums but not taking it seriously until challenged by other musicians, the Toronto music scene, playing basements and VFW Halls, connecting with Ian Blurton and how that challenged him to be a better musician, UWUW coming together as a side project slowly creating music during the pandemic, and what to expect when the self-titled LP drops on October 21st.
We also talk about the single Scattered Ashes, the influence of James Bond, and the 1970s detective movie soundtrack, why people need to get out and open their minds to other cultures, and why Toronto has some of the greatest professional wrestling fans and history making moments, plus so much more.
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So kick back with your headphones and cold one for this latest episode. Enjoy our additional segments featuring music from the Flo White Show and Stories from the VFW Hall.
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