On the Road

October 2004
Mix;Oct2004, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p88
Interviews Jonathan Byrd, the front-of-house engineer of the band Death Cab for Cutie. Challenges faced by Byrd with the band; Impression set by Byrd to the band; Revelation about the gears he cannot live without on tour.


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