Q and A With Andrew W.K.: "A Role Model for Fun"

Gillespie, Nick; Fisher, Anthony L.
November 2014
Hit & Run;11/1/2014, p8
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An interview with American musician Andrew W. K. is presented. Among the issues he discussed include his being known as a role mode for fun and partying after first hitting charts with the release of his 2001 album "I Get Wet," his experience of being in a depressed state, and his being an owner of Santos Party House,which is a party facility.


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