Monday, February 18, 2013

INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL LYNCH

Michael Lynch: Pop embodied in one man.

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Who are you?

Hmmm. Can't answer that. I'm gonna let the readers write in their own answers. I'll even leave some space for them to do so:

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Who are you wearing?

I'm wearing myself out trying to come up with a witty answer to this. But I've always thought The Byrds were particularly cool dressers. Maybe not the Crosby cape, but other things.

Which member of Peanuts do you most closely relate to?

Schroeder...always got my mind on music, even while doing non-musical things, like playing baseball...except I don't play baseball. 

Would you rather be in the Beatles, the Stones, the Archies or the Beach Boys?

The Archies, for several reasons: Eternal youth, for starters. I also don't want to interfere with what the Beatles, Stones or Beach Boys did. But mostly because it'd be an opportunity to bug Reggie.

Favorite flavor of bubblegum?

Monophonic Cherry, the flavor for people with one-track minds.

Favorite famous person from Long Island?

Peggy Lipton. But if we limit this to ones I knew about before doing a Google search of famous Long Islanders, Lou Reed.

Which has the worse symptoms: the Rockin' Pneumonia or the Boogie Woogie Flu?

Dunno, but I'd rather have the Rockin' Pneumonia. It just sounds cooler. If I got the Boogie Woogie Flu, I'd probably lie and tell people I had the Rockin' Pneumonia.

Who would be in your dream band?

I once had a dream I was in a band with Mary-Ann from 'Gilligan's Island.' She was playing a beautiful vintage Stratocaster, Sonic Blue. For that alone, she can be in my dream band. I wanna play that Strat.

Who would play you in your biopic?

Well, I'd want my biopic to be animated. Morgan Freeman can do my voice. Not that he sounds like me, I just like his voice.

What's your message for the kids?

Remember, kiddies, there are three kinds of days: Good days, so-so days, and bad days. So every day has a two-out-of-three chance of not being a bad day.

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Listen to Michael Lynch here:

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Link:

Michael Lynch on Reverbnation

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Show:

Catch Michael Lynch on bass with The Brimstones

Friday 11/16/12

Lone Wolf, Brooklyn

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