John Doe–founder-bassist-vocalist of legendary punk band X

by | Aug 9, 2006

John Doe–founder-bassist-vocalist of legendary punk band X (in the midst of a major national tour, including a stop in Saint Petersburg, FL), acclaimed singer-songwriter as a solo artist (he’s just re-issued & expanded his ’98 EP, “For The Rest Of Us,” now entitled “For The Best Of Us”), and an actor who’s appeared in more than 40 films–discusses his work providing the narration for “Man’s Dominion” (a nearly-completed documentary that examines animal law, the animal rights movement and the case of a death from dog mauling) and the film itself []), recent animal stories in the news, the multitude of animals that live with Doe and his family and how a strong sense of compassion and empathy is cultivated in kids and adults who live with animals, some details of “For The Best Of Us,” and more. []

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COMEDY CORNER: Brian Regan’s “Flipper & Gentle Ben” []
MUSIC: Steely Dan’s “Monkey In Your Soul,” The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Animal Bar,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: X’s “The Hungry Wolf”

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