The video's uploader Philip Carava wrote in the description, "Been sitting on this for eight years and now seems like the right time to share it. Filmed at Murphy's Bleachers on a Sunday afternoon in 2008. Set to be released by Eddie Vedder when the Cubs made the World Series that year, they never won a playoff game so this didn't see the light of day."
For this very revealing interview, I climbed into bed with Peter Himmelman. He performed at the famous Opening Day Live Broadcast when the Cubs game was snowed out and even made up a song on the spot the 'snow-out.' Peter has expanded his considerable talents to start a website called BigMuse.com designed to help people, corporations, and schools open up their creativity.
Her easy on-air personality reflected a gracious, kind spirit, said fellow WXRT DJ Lin Brehmer. "She was very earnest, and she seemed amused by life itself, and she gave everybody the benefit of the doubt," he said. "Whatever I wound up doing that involved Leslie, there was going to be no drama or stress. She was going to have a big smile on her face, and dispense compliments from the heart, not the head, and she was going to make everybody feel good."
When you need a collection of bruising 2 minute rock and roll songs look no further than Going Down in History . 3B Michael McDermott- Best on defense when he's deep in the hole, this classic hard core troubadour brings the same intensity to his lyrics as he does to his performance out in the field.