Silver Supporting Member
Yep. Was too young to handle being famous, and had little in the way of good role models.
The guitar player Doug Kennedy is a good friend of mine. I didn’t know him when he was active in the band but he did play a lot of their music for me and I thought it was great.
Lived next door to the lead singer and his girlfriend for a couple months. Used to see these guys at a Grape Street Pub in Manayunk PA. Man, they were great live. I thought they were really good. Side note, in the late 90's/early 2000's, I used to go to grape street all the time, (lived across the street). There were many times, when I would see an act there, and think something like "how the hell is this band/person NOT making it yet?" So many good acts.
Andy Sturmer is why JellyFish didn't become a huge band IMO. By most accounts he is neurotic about fame and being 'in the spotlight' - and doesn't respond well in business matters. That said I own both albums - and regularly listen to them.I read the first two page, skipped to the end and wondered if anyone mentioned Jellyfish