"It is said that banjo is the instrument of ancient Celtic Kings, so everyone wants to play banjo. Once you have won a title, everything changes. Being mobbed on the street by adoring fans, hiring a big security detail. Not every hero wears a cape; some play the banjo."
“The more I started getting into country and the storytelling through the lyrics,” he says, “the more I sort of realized that this was the right fit for me as far as genre.”
Vanessa Carlton ditches the two-hit wonder status to build her own white picket fence life over a decade after "A Thousand Miles" and "White Houses".
“Allston is a great neighborhood,” he says. “That’s why we wanted to push the cafe concept. This will be somewhere [locals] will want to hang out in.”
Perhaps the premiere American counterculture filmmaker.