Steve burns dating
SB: Well, first of all I’ve been writing songs forever, for myself and my friends. I guess the first real question would be, how did you hook up with [producer] David Fridmann? ‘People are wondering why I would leave this fantastic kids show and try to make it as a musician,’ Steve Burns says, holding a guitar pick in his hand. But when I say, ‘Well, I did Blue’s Clues for six years,’ they usually say, ‘Six years? Paul Ford: So…what’s the question everyone asks you? So once Blue’s Clues was over and I found myself in a position where I could do what I wanted, I decided that this would be how it would go. ’ And they suddenly understand why I might need to do something else.’ After six years of dressing in a green striped shirt and talking to condiments, kiddie-show host Burns is becoming a rocker, and, by many accounts, not a bad one. So I wrote him an email introducing myself, and it happened to be on the same day his son had a Blue’s Clues party, and I sent him some demos. So up I went to Tarbox Road Studios in Fredonia, New York, and he put me in touch with Steven Drozd. SB: Drozd is a multi-talented instrumentalist in the band the Flaming Lips, and a fantastic human being. I just keep screwing up, and my girlfriend and I aren’t working out, and you’re sitting there high on the hog, so to speak. You don’t have to answer in the form of a question. He and Fridmann gave me a lot of help in understanding the studio process, how it all works, how to take a musical idea and shine it up into a song. So he gave me a ring, and I thought, sure, who wouldn’t want to work with Ed Buller? Really, it’s just that you’re a famous TV star, right? I also want to mention here that I worked quite a bit with Mike Rubin of Murmur Music, and I think some of the best work on the album came out of that relationship. Like, there’s no inherent musical merit or anything. So you will put this on your face now, this Post-It that says ‘minion.’ SB: …
SB: Look, I’m not going to– PF: You have no choice!
I am so tired of people like you getting all the gravy.