Let’s start with a bit of background, Jim. Tell me about the musical path that got you all to where you are today and also how you came to work together as Black Nite Crash.

Jim: Wow – Big question. Short(ish) answer: I didn’t care about music at all until I heard U2, and then everything changed. Growing up on the east coast in the 80s and discovering college radio fairly early (by way of WXAC, Albright College radio, where I would later be a DJ) was a big thing… I was utterly obsessed with music by my late teens and found my way into my first “real” band when I was 20 or 21 (…. we were called Goggle, and we were terrible)…

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