Russ Giguere of The Association Interview
Tom met Russ Giguere of The Association, the ‘60s band known for complex arrangements and beautiful harmonies which many of the younger generation may be familiar with due to the iconic use of their song ‘Windy’ in the hit show Breaking Bad. Russ talked ‘hootenannies’, how they gained the support of the whole Chicago Fire Department, and why he and Larry David had best not sit next to each other on a plane.
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