Hi Danny, I was listening to the Austin band on archive last night, and I said to myself 'that low voice sounds a lot like the dude from Bad Livers'. So I look up the name, and here I find you. I knew Jeff had good taste, but having you along is pretty epic. Just wanted to say, when I saw the Bad Livers many years ago, you guys were brilliant, but were missing a maniacal, driven, creative front man that would take it to the next level (you are all those qualities but not to the same extent). I think Jeff might have the pixie dust you seek. May your new band live long and prosper. Knowing that Jeff hooked up with the Bad Livers makes losing Yonder Mountain a little easier to take. If only you could talk the Austin band into needing Mark on tuba. Cheers.
i'm not really following you too good here.
Hey Danny. You have been one of the biggest inspirations in my entire musical journey - thank you for being such an original, genuine, cosmic-level musician. There are only a few of you in the galaxy :).
On a more practical note, how do you practice, and how has this changed over time? Do you have a certain framework/routine that you've found to be most helpful?
great blog post danny - thanksDanny Barnes responded on 08/05/2015