Foy greets musician and old friend Anderson East for his first ‘last’ dinner. Anderson East came to fame with his albums Delilah and Encore, and catapulted even further with his turn on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack.
Foy and Anderson hit the ground running with stories of literal purple rain falling in Minnesota bars, and their food choices are just as enlightening. The joy of jalapenos, a feta cheese and coriander sauce, and the difference between a proper catch up and Fancy Ketchup, and that’s just getting us started. The two dig deeper to talk about the childhood joy of music, entertainment as a caveman instinct, and a possible last moment with The Godfather and pizza. But don’t worry, Anderson finds plenty of time to opine on the possibility of pairing oysters with a McDonald’s cheeseburger and the art of ‘not giving a fuck.’
The two go deep and go easy but end on the note that no matter what happens in quarantine, music isn’t going anywhere.
This episode was recorded in June 2020. Visit TheVinylSupper.com for more information on this podcast and video series.