When I was growing up, there were two things that were unpopular in my house. One was me, and the other was my guitar.
I'm interested in what it means to be an American. I'm interested in what it means to live in America. I'm interested in the kind of country that we live in and leave our kids. I'm interested in trying to define what that country is.
The name 'Boss' started with people that worked for me... It was not meant like Boss, capital B, it was meant like 'Boss, where's my dough this week?' And it was sort of just a term among friends. I never really liked it.
That's what being a front man is all about - the idea of having something supple underneath you, that machine that roars and can turn on a dime.
Benjamin Franklin Fairless