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Deal or No Deal?

Ok, so here’s what I was thinking…. My fear is that I will finally get backstage with all of these amazing artists and my interview questions are going to suck. So, I turn to you, my followers (all 5 of you) to help me develop a list of riveting interview questions. Questions they have never heard before. Questions that will make them think. Questions you’ve all been wondering yourself. First take a look at the lineup. * A.A. Bondy * Al Green * Alberta Cross * Alejandro Escovedo * Allen Toussaint * Amadou & Mariam * Andrew Bird * Ani DiFranco * Animal Collective * Band of Horses * Beastie Boys * Béla Fleck & Toumani Diabate * Ben Harper and Relentless7 * Bon Iver * Booker T & the DBTs * Brett Dennen * Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band * Cage the Elephant * Chairlift * Cherryholmes * Citizen Cope * Coheed & Cambria * Crystal Castles * David Byrne * David Grisman Quintet * Delta Spirit * Elvis Costello Solo * Elvis Perkins in Dearland * Erykah Badu * Everest * Femi Kuti and the Positive Force * Galactic * Girl Talk * Gomez * Gov't Mule * Grace Potter and the Nocturnals * Grizzly Bear * Heartless Bastards * High On Fire * Hockey * Janelle Monáe * Jenny Lewis * Kaki King * Katzenjammer * King Sunny Adé & the African Beats * Lucinda Williams * Merle Haggard * MGMT * Midnite * Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue * moe. * MURS * Neko Case * Nine Inch Nails * of Montreal * Okkervil River * Passion Pit * Paul Oakenfold * People Under The Stairs * Phish (2 shows) * Portugal. The Man * Pretty Lights * Public Enemy * Raphael Saadiq * Robert Earl Keen * Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3 * Rodrigo y Gabriela * Santigold * Shadows Fall * Snoop Dogg * St. Vincent * Ted Leo and the Pharmacists * The Decemberists * The Del McCoury band * The Dillinger Escape Plan * The Dirty Projectors * The Itals * The Knux * The Lovell Sisters * The Low Anthem * The Mars Volta * The SteelDrivers * Tift Merritt * Todd Snider * Tony Rice Unit * Toubab Krewe * TV on the Radio * Vieux Farka Touré * Wailing Souls * White Rabbits * Wilco * Yeah Yeah Yeahs * Yeasayer * Zac Brown Band Do you see anyone you know on here? Anyone you’d personally like to meet? And, what would you ask them?
Here’s the deal: You provide me with some out of this world interview questions; I’ll get you an autograph or picture or whatever you want! I’m open to suggestions. I’ve already made a deal to have Snoop Dogg sign my chest. I’m also taking a 9-year-old sealed copy of Guitar magazine with Trey Anastasio on the cover to get his autograph. While I’m visiting Trey I’m supposed to let him know that Andy is very upset with Phish. He went through hell to see their "going away" shows in Vermont, only to have them reunite. He walked 14 miles to get into a huge mud pit and they sounded terrible! He will never forgive them. Well, maybe after he sees them at Alpine, but until then, he’s very upset. You get the point. You help me and I’ll help you. Deal or no deal?! -posted by Trish


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