I had an overhead stage light come lose during set up at a local gig and was standing on a chair trying to reach and duct tape it to get through the gig when somehow, I managed to get both of my hands duct tapped to the light fixture and couldn't get free. Actually tied myself up to a light fixture prior to a performance. My bass player was laughing so hard he couldn't help me get down for a while.
Learned a lesson about talking about a hot individual in the ladies room while leaving my wireless microphone on during a gig break.
My first guitar was given to me by my brother after helping him pump gas at a gas station he managed in Iowa. I wrote my first song on that guitar at the age of about 10. That song was featured in my first album and the song was titled "Attitude" and so was the guitar named. After relocating many times in my youth as we were very poor, I don't know what ever happened to that old guitar but still think of it often.
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