A Savanah, Georgia NBC morning show booked a young Dan Deacon, who would eventually become known for his frenetic live performances, in 2005. (Here’s an NPR story if you don’t know who I’m talking about.)
The audacity to put him on right when people were waking up is astounding. I grabbed a time-stamped link below, but the pre-performance interview is well worth a watch if you’re curious about this young Deacon’s equipment.
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