May 18, 2003

"Joan Osborne Wakes the Dead".

"Joan Osborne Wakes the Dead".


"People like that social aspect of listening to the band," Osborne
says of the road legends. "You're not just fan of the music, you are
part of this community of people who are interested in seeing them in all
different ways and collecting tapes, part of an underground network of fans."

To prepare her for four-hour sets [sic] and the improvisational jam sessions, the
band sent her a box of CDs and lyrics. But Osborne embraces the challenge:
"I always thought that one of the great things about seeing a live performer
was that you could be spontaneous and anything could happen at any moment."

Full story here.

Posted by xian at May 18, 2003 11:17 AM
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