5 Questions with Craggy- bassist for Laid To Dust

5 Questions with Craggy- bassist for Laid To Dust

Laid to Dust has been getting a lot of accolades lately. We decided it was high time to sit down with them for 5 questions. We Got to chat with their bassist Craggy for a few minutes. He was nice, attentive and showered. Go figure- bassists maybe aren’t all bad. Find Laid to Dust online: https://www.facebook.com/laidtodust

1. Reading Rainbow or Mr. Rogers- what is the better intro song?

Craggy: Reading Rainbow.

2. Favorite venue to play a show?

Craggy: True Brew

3. Why bass? Did you not want to get girls by playing guitar or singing?

Craggy: Because its looks cool. That and good hair.

4. Craziest thing to happen after a show?

Craggy: We've played barns and bars so far, no ones been eaten or arrested. 12 shows in, nothing crazy yet. But the future is unwritten…

5. What artist made the biggest impact in your musical career?

Craggy: For me personally. Gorilla Biscuits- Start Today. This record made me want to play in bands and travel and hang out with friends every second of every day. From that first chord, music stole my life away

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Dusty Gray Band,Boogie On Alice, The Ghost Dinner Band
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