One of the most exciting aspects of producing the Miles Davis podcast series is that his influence extended well beyond jazz and touched such a wide variety of creative people. Imagine my enthusiasm when we reached out to musician/author/radio host Henry Rollins to participate in this series and he immediately opted in. I interviewed Henry at his office in Los Angeles and he could not have been a bigger Miles fan…or a nicer guy. In fact, as you will hear, Miles had a surprisingly profound affect on him.
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Musician, writer, spoken word artist, activist and all around AMAZING guy, Henry Rollins is on the show! He sits down with Chris, Jonah, and Nerdtern Kyle Clark to talk about being a workaholic, the music industry, and how Kyle and his family are such big Henry Rollins fans, they affectionately called him “Uncle Henry!”
Ultimate punk rocker Henry Rollins joins Jeff to discuss the important things in life such as taking baths, tearing up at weddings, and switching bodies. Henry explains how curiosity & traveling by himself quite often opens people up and has lead to him to eat rat in Southern India, walk the streets of Pakistan the day after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and become buddies with an animated tour guide in Vietnam. After knowing all the incredible things Henry has done in his travels, Jeff makes a proposition to him that he wants no part of.