Feb 16, 2015
Guest: Bob D'Haene
0:01:05 Bryn quickly plugs his show "Erik: A Play About A Puppet" with Rising Sun Performance Company and showing at Frigid Festival on 2/19, 21, 26, 28 and 3/8. For Tickets: http://www.risingsunnyc.com/erik.html and use the discount code: Raoul
0:02:30 Our guest is actor and rock'n'roll kinda guy Bob D'Haene who's up way early on a Saturday morn
0:05:15 Nilsa has known Bob since they were both in the conservatory at Webster
0:08:35 After a rough year leading-up to his graduation from Webster, he journeyed to the West Coast. While there he had an encounter with legendary piece 1990s soft core programming.
0:21:40 Bob highly recommends moving to New York if you have a network here, but admires those that don't
0:24:15 Bob was a member of Expanded Arts on the Lower East Side- the group that started the recently departed "Shakespeare In The Parking Lot". This led him to taking on more directorial projects than acting projects.
0:33:36 Then somewhere along the way, Bob found himself fronting his own band, singing his own songs… and reuniting with his first guitar.
0:38:33 In high school, music distracted him from studies, but reuniting with an early acting teacher helped him find some direction.
0:40:35 Bob's parents really wanted him to be a teacher. The path of an actor/rocker has not always been an easy one.
0:54:25 Nilsa describes Bob as Rock'n'Roll Bryn and asks Bob if he has plans to combine his loves of drama and rocking'.
0:58:27 Check out his albums "Brother man" and "Vinyl" on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/dhaene/id159761092
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Intro Music: "Are You Famous, Yet?"
Written and Performed by Laura Scruggs
Outro Music: The Devil Is In The Beats
Performed By: The Chemical Brothers