Bands of your Life

Over the next few weeks, you will hear episodes of one of my other podcasts “How Many?’ posted here. Me and my other cohosts answer 11 questions about bands in our lives, the kicker is you can only pick one band for each answer. Frequent guest and passionate musical fan Scott Koenig sent in his answer to the questions.

  1. Band I hate (I don’t get) Johnny Cash
  1. Band that I think is overrated Nirvana
  1. Band that is under appreciated Dave Matthews Band
  1. Band that I love

Pearl Jam

  1. Band that you can listen to over and over again

The Beatles

  1. Band that made me fall in love with music

Billy Joel

  1. Band that changed my life

Bruce Springsteen

  1. Band that surprised me

Paul Simon’s transition as a solo artist after S&G

  1. Guilty Pleasure

Neil Diamond

  1. Band I should have seen live

Pink Floyd

  1. Great Band to see live


Songs of your life

September 8th will be the 5th anniversary of the podcast. I’m planning to do some fun episodes to celebrate. I have Terry Smith joining me twice once to discuss a special cover version of Music Talks and the other time is to answer the questions I’m calling Songs of your life. Eleven questions about songs but the kicker is that you can only use a song once when you answer the questions. What are your answers? Send them to me at and I’ll read them or even better reach out and we can schedule a time for you to share them with me on the podcast.

Song I hate

Song that I think is overrated

Song that is under appreciated

Song that I love

Song that you can listen to over and over again

Song that made me fall in love with Bruce

Song that changed my life

Song that surprised me

Song that is a Guilty Pleasure

Song I wish I had seen live

Great Song to see live

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Do you have Furniture out on the front porch?  Do you drop the needle and pray? IS the band counting out midnight? Are you waiting for a shout from the crowd?   Is your make up on, is your hair up pretty?  Are you dancing as the band plays “Night of the Johnstown Flood?”  Do you get drunk mixing Tanqueray and Wine? Do you think the turnpike is spooky at night when you are all alone? IF so You should join me on @setlustingbruce DM me or email me at

September Plans

September 8, 2020 will be the 5th anniversary of the very first Set Lusting Bruce Episode. That’s five years of interviews, album and song rankings, random thoughts and of course multiple answers to the Mary Question.

I plan to celebarte the event with 20 episodes for the month, one for each week day. Some new episodes and others will be reissues of classic episodes.

Here is your chance to tell me what you would like to hear from the podcast not only in September but for our sixth year.

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Have you broken all your windows and rammed through all your doors? Do you have a meeting with a man on the other side?  Do you talk about a dream and try to make it real?  Did you wake up this morning and you could barely breathe?  Did you wake up to an Empty Sky? Are you countin on a Miracle?  Do you have seven pictures of Buddha? Does Laughter fill the air at Mary’s Place? You should join me on @setlustingbruce If so please DM me or email me at

What’s on my DVR?

Like many of us, I’m spending a lot of time watching TV during the pandemic. The latest show that Linda and I binge watched is Apple TV’s For all Mankind.

The premise is simple, what would have happened if the Soviet Union had landed on the moon first. How would that affect NASA, the Presidency, society? The show runner in Ronald D Moore the creative force for the Battlestar Galactica reboot as well as the Starz series Outlander.

The series is a great period piece since it is set in the late 60’s and early 70’s. Lots of drama both at NASA and in outer space. The cast features Joel Kinnaman (The Killing, Hanna), Sarah Jones (Alcatraz, Vegas), Michael Dorman (Patriot, Wonderland) and Shantel VanSanten (Shooter, The Boys).

Since I was a kid during the original Apollo program, I was obsessed with the Moon Landing and NASA. The show brings back happy memories and a sense of wonder. It’s worth your time. I give it 9 out of 10 glasses of Tang.