Who are we chatting to? Tennyson Nobel and I play keys and sometimes bass and guitar in The Lovely Days.
When did you start? Dad started teaching my brother Holden and I when we were little kids, got us hooked before we started noticing gorgeous girls. He’s a smart guy our old man.
If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing? I’d be going hell hippie back up in Byron, growing some veggies and selling them at the local farmers market.
What’s the best part of being in The Lovely Days? That I get to play with three wonderfully talented legends.
And what’s the worst? We are generally pretty happy guys, but Holden always seems to think there’s never enough beers on the riders, so more booze for the bands.
What’s you proudest moment? Hearing that we were getting some good airplay on college radio in the US has been very encouraging this year.
And your least proud? We’re too proud to talk about those moments we’re not too proud of. Come to a show and I’ll tell you all about our massive fuck ups.