Luckily for us we live in an era where TV is everywhere. Here's a link to the interivew (which was good):
I think if I had kids in the house, I'd feel differently, in these times there are so many things that are valuable for kids to see. But I have rabbit-ear TV, so I get the news, Leave It To Beaver, and Seinfeld. Occasionally, like tonight, even the Giants/Philly game is on over-the-air TV, but there are only so many hours in the day, and the internet is catching me up on alot of stuff I've missed over the years.
Thanks for those links, jonny, I'll be checking those out in a little while. Bonnie Raitt has always been one of my favorite music makers, since the early 70's, when I first stumbled on a couple of her early records. Her early records, in my opinion, are better than any of the commercially successful records she made later in her career. But I'm glad she's had some success.
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