Originally Sweden but live in Vista, CA now with 5 females and an unknown. Ok, I'll explain. A wife, a dog (female), 3 chickens and a frog (unknown, because frogs don't have ... eh, alright, let's move on...)Male/Female?:
Who me? Dude!Been to JC before?:
Yes. 6,7,9,10,11. Guess the next number in the series.What do you do for a living/for fun?:
For a living I do geeky stuff. I mean real mad scientist insanely complicated geeky stuff. I did not invent the Internet though, that was Al. For fun? Well, four things I love doing for fun are hanging with great peeps, traveling, music and being at sea. I'm trying to figure out a way to combine them all. and most importantly, music:Play any instruments?:
Yes. I willingly and badly play the clarinet, banjo, mandolin and guitar. I have tried many other things too, including balalaika and didgeridoo! I have on occasions been seen playing some of these at The Spot when there are not too many of the superstars there scaring me away...Favorite bands/artists?:
I'm an omnivore. I've gone through so many phases. Right now my favorites pretty much coincides with the JC12 lineup. I don't even know how many times I've seen Karl, Skerik, Les, MD, Eric, RW and the rest of the usual suspects tearing it up. NMS are great, March 4th was a great new discovery from last year for me, and Dumpstaphunk and Orgone on the same boat, holy guacamole! And the Dickingson brothers coming to teach. Love the Stringdusters. And Victor Wooten and Les on the same boat at the same time, STFU!!! Finally, what is it about music that brought you here?:
It's the whole atmosphere. It's more than music. It's more than a cruise. It's a whole experience created in close interaction between artists and audience. It's not only them playing for us, it is all of us creating something together that we will draw upon for the rest of the year between cruises, to be and to do better than we were and we did before walking up that gangway!(Feel free to add any other questions):
Why is an electrical outlet called an outlet when you plug things into it? Shouldn't it be called an inlet?