In 2001, John wrangled some of the region’s most talented musicians and formed The Long Winters. Since then, he’s maintained a unique status amidst Seattle’s music scene as the consummate singer/songwriter and indie music collaborative hub—appearing on albums by Death Cab for Cutie, Nada Surf, Harvey Danger, The Decemberists, David Bazan, Visqueen, Say Hi, and more. He’s also a journalist, a music correspondent, and an author. Seattle: Randy’s Diner on Marginal Way, Kubota Garden in Rainier View, Lake Washington Boulevard.
@jessevondoom It’s literally what Centralia is for.
@jessevondoom I can teach you.
@Jeff_Albertson I want my museum on a beach somewhere. That Funhouse site smells like Winstons, patchooli and ass-sweat.
@racheldemy yes! I need a ironing board and iron because I am always wrinkled.
@racheldemy I need it!