“What song would you perform on stage with the Heartbreakers”? Katie told me she’s sing The Waiting and went on to deliver this incredible, succinct reason why. “It’s so good. It’s got this aphoristic chorus that is towing that wonderful Petty line; not joyful, not sorrowful, but that sort of tense, bright line that is the rest and most of our human experience.”
This is the second in my “10 Questions with” series as I’ve started breaking those out from the main episode (mainly to keep the episode lengths down!). I hope you enjoy it!
You can find Katie’s book, “Dead Dad Club : On grief and Tom Petty” ,on Audible, here: https://www.audible.ca/pd/Dead-Dad-Club-Audiobook/B0B2FDD67B
You can (and should) also check out Katie’s website here: https://www.katiemoulton.com/
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