If you read that article on Tuesday 9 of October 2019:
GO
TO PÉCS TONIGHT
FOR A FUCKING HUNGARIAN GIG OF BOB WAYNE
the Singer, the Songwriter, the Storyteller, the Nomad!

 And
heres a last-last-last minute mail interview
with BOB WAYNE:
> – Where are you now, in which country in which city?
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>  Prague!!
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– How was your last show, something strange happened?
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> every night something strange happens haha…especially with my crazy band.  Last night we were in Germany and the Promoter was Irish and he challenged us to a drinking match saying that Irish can out drink americans. It ended with him face down on the floor passed out in his own bar.  we won.
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– Where are you from originally?
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> Seattle.
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– If i know well, you lived in Seattle at early ’90s when the “big grunge exposion” happend. How do you remember those times?
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> I was just a young teenager but i remember getting to see some cool bands before they were famouse in really small places…smashing pumpkins…green day…a lot of bands toured through seattle so it was good.  after grunge got popular i kind of stopped listening to it and dug more into the underground music scene.
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– How old were you when you left the parental house?
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> I was 15. I stole a car and drove to california to start a new life.
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– How was teen Boby? Punk, metal head?  I guess you did’t start with the country for the first time.
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> punk and metal…but io always had the country love.  for example my first concert was Johnny Cash with my mom when i was 11 years old.  And i really loved GG Allins country record.
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– Do you remember your first “country experience”?
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> yes my first country experience was seeing Johnny cas and June carter live in 1988
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–  What are your insights, the people who are listening exclusively to radio / commercial country music, but somehow they get to your music. They love it or not really?
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> i find we get fans from all genres.  at our shows you will see cowboy hats and Slayer shirts.
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– You were Hank III’s guitar technician (or what?). Which year it was? Could you tell us some (or one) good memories from those times?
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> thats how i got my start was being the roadie for Hank 3.  He really taught me alot about the road and the music buisness and was a huge inspiration.
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– You ve got a big NEUROSIS tattoo! You re a fan. Did you ever play with them on one bill?
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> i love Neurosis.  I have toured with Scott Kelly the lead singer of neurosis in Europe and in america with his solo project.  He is a brother now.
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– Somewhere I read that in your young age you were thinking of being a filmmaker.What is your favorite movies from the past and what is your favorite from the last few years? Have you seen “Bone Tomahawk” with Kurt Russell?
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>Yes a lot of my songs are actually movie ideas that i had.  But its very hard to get a movie made so i ended up just writing them in song form to keep it easy.  so a lot of my songs are actually small movie pitches.  I recently wrote a script for MACK the truck driver and i am shopping it around hollywood.  My favorite movies fromt the past are probably devils rejects…and recently i like sicario.
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– At last, what is your currently line up on this tour?
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> me, Matt Thomas steel guitar and telecaster, avery rivera on drumms, and dan infecto on bass!! see you guys at the show!

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