Think about it, before there was any recording at all, before the technology was even invented, you had performances, that was the state of the art. You had people going on a Broadway stage, or doing classical music, or virtuoso musicians going up on a stage and playing their thing, and people always went for that, they always liked it. Recording made it possible to put lightning in a bottle, but people were still wanting to see the real deal. And I think that's what separates the men from the boys: when you go out on stage, you've got to be able to do it. You can't fake that.
Likewise is live. It's the real deal. And it's on for the 2nd last time in 2015 this Wednesday. Who knows what will happen in 2016?
It separates the "men" from the "boys", like it separates the canned, over-produced television you may be thinking is the alternative this Wednesday at 7:30 from our Live, Real, True (and funny) show!
Get your tickets to this week's show here. Two for $10, or $10 at the door.
*read the whole interview here.