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VINCE’S TELL ALL / TELL NOTHING INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW W.K.

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andrew wkIn the interview with “Andrew W.K.” that you’re about to read, the man on the phone with me uttered these words:

It’s been very tricky for me, and that’s why I hope you understand and other people are able to grasp is that I’ve been trying to deal with this as much as I can and have many different people to please or satisfy. Not just my friends and the people who like what I’ve been doing in music, but people that I’ve worked with for a long time before anybody had any idea of who I was. I’m trying to do the best I can with all these different responsibilities.

What the words on the e-printed page don’t communicate is the level of concern and earnestness in his voice, and the slow manner in which a person speaks when they’re trying to be very careful about the words they use. And that was the tone of this entire interview, encapsulated by that one quote; through the course of my 45-minute chat with “Andrew W.K.,” I got the impression that the man on the phone with me was really, really worried that he was about to blow it, that if he said the wrong thing the floodgates would burst open and he’d be fucked.

Could it be that the man I spoke to is just one of many actors slated to play the role of Andrew W.K.? Could it be that his advisors — of which he talks frequently in our chat — have advised hm to perpetuate these rumors for the sake of publicity? Who knows. Then there are evasive statements like this one which popped up throughout our interview:

Regardless of whatever confusion there was, there should be no confusion about the fact that I am Andrew W.K. and can go out there and be it and have people understand that.

To me, uttering the words “I am Andrew W.K.” could be total truth if the idea of “Andrew W.K.” was a construct from the very beginning. If Andrew W.K. is just an idea, then anyone hired to play the role could say “I am Andrew W.K.,” as in “Right now I am in the role of Andrew W.K.” and not be lying at all. I also find it very curious that the man I spoke with said he can “go out there and be it” as if he isn’t inherently Andrew W.K. but has to go out and “be” or act the part. And several times throughout the interview he answered questions specifically phrased to determine whether or not the man with whom I was speaking was the same man that performed at other events with the simple statement “I am Andrew W.K.” which would fit through the above ontological loophole.

Okay, yeah. So I guess the situation is, as I’ve stated earlier in our interview tonight, that on one hand I was wanting to follow some advice that was presented to me on how to address this and that advice involved certain language that was deemed the most appropriate on how to not avoid the truth but address the issue in a way that allowed me to still retain my own standing. See, it’s even hard for me to talk about this now because, again, this video wasn’t meant to be seen like this. It wasn’t anticipated that this kind of questioning would come up and the very nature of how I spoke that night was based on limitation that I’m still within now.

“How not to avoid the truth?” That seems like an admission that there is truth being hidden. And seeming admissions of defeat such as this one:

I wouldn’t be in this situation if I didn’t sign up for it a long time ago… I’m just really sorry. I’m really sorry that I can’t answer these questions better. I can keep trying. I’ll continue to, and I have been. I feel like I’ve been doing better. I feel like most people that are close to me understand what’s going on. Some people have a sense of what it is and let it go.

Wow. Loaded. What situation did he sign up for? Doing better at what — learning how to not to answer questions directly?

Of course, Andrew and his team could all just be laughing at the insane amounts of publicity this conspiracy theory has given his new album.

Read my interview with “Andrew W.K.” after the jump. It’s a doozy.

Thanks for taking the time today. I’m sure you’re aware of all the media stuff that’s been going on surrounding you lately. Do you follow all that stuff? Do you get involved in all the internet craziness?

It depends on, I guess, what it is. I try to spend my time in as a productive way as possible. I guess if I’m alerted by someone to look at something, I’ll look at it. From past experience, sometimes taking too much time or spending too much time on that kind of stuff can be detrimental.

Yeah, definitely. Do you take all the conspiracy theory stuff and step back and laugh at it or do you get upset by it?

It’s all case by case. I’ve had different reactions over the years. At times I felt very frustrated by it. It depends on exactly what accusations you’re talking about. In general, I can say if people have thought things about me or my work that I haven’t liked or that I haven’t agreed with, there are all sorts of different ways that it’s felt to me. It’s frustrating, anger-causing, it’s also been confusing at times, and sometimes it’s been totally fine or I just laugh it off and move on. It all depends on what specifics are involved.

I guess specifically I’m talking about the theories that there are 2 of you or were 2 of you, that the concept of Andrew W.K. was somebody who was played by 2 different actors.

Yeah. I’ve tried to figure this out myself, a lot more recently, but over the years I’ve tried to figure out different ways to answer this and deal with this accusation in particular. Not the accusation of me being an actor, but the accusation that there are more than 1 person who is Andrew W.K. I think of it that maybe people started thinking this because they saw someone dressed as me. That’s happened actually quite a bit where people told me they met me before, but I’m 100% sure that I’ve never met them before and they say that they were hanging out with me. I’ve heard very concrete reports, that I believe from close friends, that they were at an event or a concert or at a party where they thought I was there. There was someone there pretending to be me and dressed up as me like a Halloween costume type thing. That’s something that I considered, early on when I chose to wear the clothes that I wear, we were all aware that it would be easy for people to dress like me, but that was the whole idea – to make it a very accessible presentation that people could participate in and my clothes wouldn’t be seen as separating me from other people.

No one really thought, I don’t think, anticipating on how it could be used this way or used against me or where people actually could impersonate me and get away with it and make people think that they are me. The first time that ever happened, when someone told me they saw me at some place that I wasn’t, that was very disturbing because I guess in this business and dealing with media in general in presenting yourself, there’s always the opportunity for someone to change what you said or misconstrue what you meant or just write something that wasn’t true at all, but you got to take that with a grain of salt. This took it to a whole other level where the idea that someone else was actually going out and representing me or pretending to be me and someone had seen them and thought it was me, that really felt crazy and was very frightening because I had no control at all. Then there was this idea that this person could go around saying whatever they want and people would think that’s me and think that I said it. So whatever ideas that they’re promoting or whatever music they would be making or just the way they would behave in public is then becoming a representation of me when that’s not at all what I would want.

That, I think, is how it probably started, and that’s just the nature of being someone who’s easily looked-like. It’s easy to look like Andrew W.K. It’s a pretty basic outfit. I just saw a guy the other day when I was in Colorado who looked a lot like me and people always mistake him for me, he said. That’s when I first started thinking “well maybe this really does boil down to that.”

Right. It seems like people are — and I’ve definitely heard of imposters and that’s definitely petrifying if you’re the person that’s being imitated — it seems like people are and have been saying that there being 2 different actors that have played Andrew W.K. Is that not the case?

That’s one of the accusations, but the one I’ve been hearing more of was that I was imitating Andrew W.K. Is that what you mean?

No, not really. That there were 2 separate people that have played the role of Andrew W.K.

Yeah, that’s what we were just talking about before. I think that is absolutely true and people do think that’s what happened. I think they think it’s more than 2 people. I think people have thought that there were a number of people that could be playing this part, I guess, like a role. Yes people have asked me that before. I thought what you were talking about and what is, to me, a little more difficult to understand how it came about is this idea that I’m the one who is impersonating Andrew W.K., that I’m not the real one. That’s what I’ve been dealing with more recently over the last 4 or 5 years more and more where I was being accused of not being Andrew W.K.

So you’re the same dude who’s been Andrew W.K. for your entire life? There’s never been another Andrew W.K.? Has there been another dude that has performed as Andrew W.K. and gotten paid to do a legit tour and concert as Andrew W.K.?

Well, no, not that I’m aware of personally, but that’s what I was talking about earlier, that I think there may have been some shows where people have shown up as Andrew W.K. and people believed it and it wasn’t me or sanctioned by me or anybody that I work with. I think that’s probably how this started. That to me is the most simple explanation. For that type of confusion.

Yeah it makes sense. I could definitely see somebody pretending . . .

I’ve seen it. I have always been excited at Halloween time to get photos of someone dressed up. It’s always a big honor to have someone do you as Halloween, but I never really considered someone . . . like if someone went out in New York and just wore that outfit and had the right hair and look on their face that they could just go around as that. That’s an interesting thing.

I think what sort of brought this back into the spotlight recently was that there was interview that surfaced or a lecture, rather, that you did in the U.K. with RockFeedBack. Now that was you, right? Not an imposter, or was that you?

That was from 2 years ago. That was from 2008.

Yeah that was from the end of 2008 and for some reason that interview, I guess the video of it, just made its way onto the internet for the first time. I don’t know why it took so long. In that interview, you seem to say that you weren’t the same person as the person on the I Get Wet album and that you just didn’t mean that in a philosophical way.

Well, I’ve addressed this recently in several statements that I made that were released. Did you get a chance to see those statements?

No, I haven’t seen that.

Okay. Well there’s one on YouTube, there’s one on my website, and also on Twitter (that’s been an easy way to defend myself). Basically I said that I haven’t actually seen the entire video, but the part that people have been talking about is the combination of 2 basic things: one, it’s just a misinterpretation of words, but I understand why they’re being interpreted that way and two (more importantly) 90% of what was said at that particular lecture in London was prewritten and asked of me to say by several very close people that I trust very much, and [these people] advised me to put an end to a lot of questions that people have been asking me personally. I am aware and I do take responsibility for the fact that it did not necessarily help the situation. That’s what I’ve been trying to deal with, and I thank you for giving me a chance to try and figure this out now as well. It’s been very tricky for me, and that’s why I hope you understand and other people are able to grasp is that I’ve been trying to deal with this as much as I can and have many different people to please or satisfy. Not just my friends and the people who like what I’ve been doing in music, but people that I’ve worked with for a long time before anybody had any idea of who I was. I’m trying to do the best I can with all these different responsibilities.

So who was it that had advised or told you to say specific things during that lecture?

First of all, the way you’re phrasing that question is making it sound a lot more tricky than it is. It’s not like someone told me what to say. This happens all the time, it’s always been that I always work with people that I get advice from and get feedback from and get answers, and there are times when I’ve been dealing with very sensitive topics where I have to be very careful how I word things and how I say things so that I don’t break any of the agreements that I’ve made with these people that I trust. I don’t want to. I don’t want to make things bad. The times that I have had difficulties in dealing with various people that I work with has been really unpleasant and it has wasted a lot of energy and time and money for everybody involved. I’ve gotten much better over the years at learning how to address certain topics in the appropriate way and that lecture was a result of me trying a new way of addressing some old questions . . . with the help of other people. I don’t want this idea that I work with other people that I have help from other people and I get advice from people to somehow make it seem like I’m not thinking for myself.

No, that makes total sense. Obviously everybody has managers, agents and so on and so forth and trusted people.

I never thought that lecture was going to be videotaped, first of all. I never imagined that anything I said that day would really go beyond that room. I don’t blame anybody. I’m glad that people wanted to tape it. That’s a compliment of course that people would care enough, but I certainly wasn’t expecting it to cause the kind of situation that we are now in. There’s not much that I can do about that now except just to try and calm it all down.

So who are the people that you trust that . . .

They’re just people I work with, like you described them. They can be called managers. They can be called creative directors. They can be called consultants. Some of them are lawyers that help on everything from record contracts to any kind of agreement between anybody that I do anything with. A lot of these issues have come from the fact that the majority of these people have asked not to be named, and they asked not to be named a long time ago. So it’s nothing new. It’s just that people’s awareness of them has grown over the years I guess just because they’ve been doing this for 10 years now. I guess the more time that it exists the more people have found out things about it. As far as who the people are, it’s not a big deal. It’s just for many reasons of their own, to not have their names out there and their names printed on the records or whatever.

But I really wish that that didn’t have to be such a big deal because I don’t even think that that’s very uncommon. I think there are people who like getting credit, some people like being quiet, some people like just doing the work, some people like getting the glory. Everybody has their own role and what they’re meant to do, and we try to all work well within that organization.

I was only curious of that because you brought it up. I’m still stuck on the statement that you made, and I apologize for not having seen those YouTube videos you mentioned. I wish I had known about them.

Of course, no problem. That’s why I’m doing this. Until people don’t have questions, I’ll keep doing my best to answer them. That’s the reason we’re talking. I understand, and I don’t blame you. It’s been tricky for me too.

This is the statement that you said: “I’m not the same guy that you may have seen from the I Get Wet album. I’m not that same person, and I just don’t mean that in a philosophical or conceptual way. It’s not the same person at all. Do I look like the same person?” What did you mean by that statement?

Well, I meant it exactly as I said, but the idea that I’m not Andrew W.K. was never meant to be the point of that. That was meant to make it very clear that I am Andrew W.K. and I was hoping that by appearing on that stage and saying it in that way I guess people wouldn’t accuse me of not being Andrew W.K. which is what I was dealing with more at that time. At that time, the question was more about are you the real Andrew W.K.? You don’t look like the same person as before. I wanted to make it very clear that I am Andrew W.K. Just because I don’t look the same as someone else. I asked people “do you think I look the same?” If they had said “no”, it doesn’t mean that I’m not actually Andrew W.K. and I happened to have the authority to go out there and be Andrew W.K. and have people believe it’s me. At that time, I think just because I did look different, people assumed that something had changed. I wanted to make it clear that if that was the case, it doesn’t mean that I’m not Andrew W.K. Regardless of whatever confusion there was, there should be no confusion about the fact that I am Andrew W.K. and can go out there and be it and have people understand that.

It seems to have added more confusion. You said “I’m actually not Andrew W.K.”

What context was that said in because I don’t have it in front of me?

I just have that part of it. “I’m actually not Andrew W.K. I’m not the same guy that you may have seen from the I Get Wet album. I’m not that same person.”

Okay, so this is the part of the lecture that was towards the beginning. Is that correct?

Yes, towards the beginning.

Okay, yeah. So I guess the situation is, as I’ve stated earlier in our interview tonight, that on one hand I was wanting to follow some advice that was presented to me on how to address this and that advice involved certain language that was deemed the most appropriate on how to not avoid the truth but address the issue in a way that allowed me to still retain my own standing. See, it’s even hard for me to talk about this now because, again, this video wasn’t meant to be seen like this. It wasn’t anticipated that this kind of questioning would come up and the very nature of how I spoke that night was based on limitation that I’m still within now.

Right. I’m not trying to put words in your mouth here at all, so don’t take offense, but it sounds almost like you’re saying that you’re advised to almost perpetuate this rumor.

Saying it like that, it makes it more of a question of whether it’s a rumor or not.

Well, it is. People are saying it. I think the definition of a rumor is that people aren’t sure but whispers are going around.

Well maybe the best way for me to respond is to say I can’t confirm or deny that issue.

The issue being whether or not you were advised to perpetuate this rumor as I stated it?

No, no, no. Whether or not I am Andrew W.K. in a way that was addressed in the lecture.

Got it. So whether or not you are the same guy as on the I Get Wet album?

No, not that. The idea that Andrew W.K. has been . . . the idea that . . . oh man. I don’t know how to say it.

It’s fine. Take your time.

I’m not able to find the right words that I’m able to say in order to put this together. It’s ridiculous. I’m sorry.

That’s okay.

There’s a reason why for a long time that I didn’t talk about this stuff at all and tried to avoid it as much as I possibly could. For years we did, until 2005 it never came up at all. Then there was a bunch of very unfortunate turns of events that we dealt with. It started being something that I haven’t been able to avoid, and it’s been really embarrassing and it’s been infuriating. It’s all my fault, really. I don’t want to look like I’m trying to blame someone or look like a victim because everything that I’m involved in, I got involved in. You know what I mean?

I wouldn’t be in this situation if I didn’t sign up for it a long time ago.

Sure.

I’m just really sorry. I’m really sorry that I can’t answer these questions better. I can keep trying. I’ll continue to, and I have been. I feel like I’ve been doing better. I feel like most people that are close to me understand what’s going on. Some people have a sense of what it is and let it go.

Right. To your credit, I think at this point in 2010, it seems like it’s gone from something that was sort of a pestering footnote on your career to something that people are actually really fascinated by in a good way. At least that’s the perception I’m getting from reading the internet and talking to people face to face about it is that people are legitimately fascinated and interested in this prospect that your career is something other than what it seems at face value.

Well that’s a very nice way of putting it. I don’t know if I ever thought of it as being good that people have questioned whether I exist or it is what it is. In many ways, it has been something that I’ve dealt with since the beginning – just people have doubts. Sometimes, like you’re saying, that doubts can be fun and sometimes maybe the thing being doubted won’t feel like it’s very fun. I agree, the way that you described it in terms of looking at the world in general with a sense of possibility or curiosity, I like that a lot. So, sure, if that’s a byproduct of it, then that’s great. Meanwhile, I would really like it to be able to come, maybe like you said, just to let the focus to be on the things that are a little more concrete.

Like the music, for example?

Yeah. [Inaudible] At the same time, I really don’t want it to sound like an insult to anyone who has been concerned or has had questions because that’s not at all what I mean to be saying by that. That’s why I’m answering your questions, and I always will as best I can. I’m also just very grateful to the people who have been supporting me throughout this without any doubt. That’s always been something I’m very thankful for.

Right. I don’t know if you saw it, but do you run your own Twitter?

I do, and I have assistants as well.

Okay. Maybe you didn’t but maybe you did see . . . we did an interview with Donald Tardy.

Of course, yes. I’m well aware of that. Thank you for talking to him. I was very, not nervous, but I was concerned at first when I first heard about it but then I was really relieved when I read it. I think I read all of it. It was quite long.

I was just really grateful to him for standing up for me. He spoke really over the top and said really nice things, which was really amazing of him. He also did help shed some light to clarify things. Sometimes someone else’s perspectives can really help make things a lot clearer. I think he just helped show how simple it all is.

So you said a moment ago though that you were concerned when you first heard about it or started reading it. Why were you concerned?

I just meant that you never know what someone is going to say to anybody about anything. A lot of people have been saying various things, obviously. Donald and I have remained very good friends ever since we first met, but I don’t talk to him all the time or see him a lot so I wasn’t sure what he really would think about any of this.

I mean I wasn’t sure what you were going to ask him, and people told me that Donald was being interviewed about the accusations. I was just in a general state of concern about the whole thing, so naturally I was like “okay, what’s this going to be?” I trust him, so I wasn’t expecting him to say anything crazy or tell any lies. Again, it’s someone else’s perspective, it’s someone else’s mind. I don’t have any idea of what he’ll say.

He did seem to basically say that as far as he knew, you were just Andrew W.K., just one dude. You came and played with Obituary in New York a few times. That was, in fact, you, right? The dude I’m talking to right now that played with Obituary?

I played with Obituary several times. I played with them at Warped Tour. At the Ozzfest was the first time they reunited, me and one of the other guitar players in my band, Eric Payne, I think maybe our other guitar player . . . there was like 6 guitar players. Donald on drums, John Tardy on vocals, Frank (Watkins) on bass from Obituary. I think Trevor was out too, Trevor Peres. That was the first time, and it was incredible. I think I played very poorly though.

[Laughter]

I remember being really disappointed with how I played on guitar.

Well he didn’t say anything about that.

I’m sure he couldn’t hear from where he was on the drum set.

Probably not. You did the thing with the 77 drummers too, right?

Yes. That was the Boredoms.

The Boredoms, yeah.

Yeah, yeah. That was awhile ago. That was 2007 or 2006.

Yeah that was . . .

No, 2007, it must have been 2007.

That was also you as in the guy I’m talking to right now as opposed to somebody else, not an imposter or anybody else.

It was Andrew W.K.

Okay. That’s an interesting answer.

That’s the only answer that could be. That’s who I am, that’s me.

But it wasn’t necessarily the guy I’m talking to right now or it is?

It [pause]… even me not saying anything could make it worse. Could we make that silence off the record?

[Laughter]

I’m serious. The way that I can answer that question is to say that Andrew W.K. and that was Andrew W.K. at 77 Boadrum.

Right, sure we can make that silence off the record.

Okay. I appreciate that. It’s not supposed to be like that.

[Andrew later agreed to leave this part on the record. -Ed.]

We have this thing coming up at Santos. When is that? What’s the purpose of that event?

Oh yeah. That is on February 23rd. Originally it was just going to be a Q & A based lecture, but since there have been more questions, I made it much more open and directed towards trying to address, the best I can, some of these situations that you’ve been discussing.

What’s the format of that event going to be?

It’ll just be an open discussion. There will be a microphone that people can pass around and ask questions. I’ll be up there with a microphone. I’ll have some copies of my new album and some posters to sign, take pictures with people, say “hi” to people and whatever. It’ll be very unstructured.

I got to ask, you seem to definitely be a little worried about answering these kinds of questions. Why are you even putting yourself in that kind of situation if you could just do nothing?

Well I’m not going to do nothing, I’m going to hopefully do the best I can. There are certain questions that I can’t answer. As you’ve seen, there are certain names that I can’t name. Other than that, I can pretty much talk about anything. There are just certain limitations, very basic limitations. Those haven’t been a problem up until very recently. Really, the first 5 years it was never an issue. The last 2 it became more of an issue. If it’s going to be a big issue at this night, then that’ll just have to be. But it’s not going to be my choice to only have people ask unanswerable questions, I hope. There are so many other things to talk about. We’ll be able to discuss lots of other different things. I do think that there is a lot that I can discuss regarding some of these issues, but some of the very pointed, simple questions, unfortunately, are just off limits. That’s something that I agreed to a long time ago. It’s not anything new.

Don’t you think that that adds fuel to the fire, the fact that you can’t address certain topics?

I think being honest about not being able to answer certain questions is the best I or anyone else in my situation could ever hope to do. Everyone has privacy that they maintain. Everyone likes to have their own secrets or life that they live that is for them, and they are able to still interact in the world and exist in the world and do all kinds of stuff. There are certain limitations that they’ll experience due to keeping that information private, but as long as they’re aware of that and reasonable about it, then everything should be healthy.

I’ve always been very upfront about what I can’t discuss.

What do you hope to gain out of this session at Santos?

Some kind of closure, some kind of sense of relief, hopefully a refocusing on everything other than these questions. Maybe, most of all, time spent with people that like what I’ve been doing and enjoy this music and all the work that I do and what it stands for. Shit, trying to show them that I’m still here and that I’m available.

I think people definitely know that you’re still there and available. There’s definitely been a lot of attention in the media lately for you.

I don’t want to skirt the issue. I always think it’s so strange when people try to evade or hide or stay out of sight when people are looking for them. If people are looking for me, I want to be very present and very upfront and say that “I am here, and I’m not trying to hide away from this. I’m trying to deal with it and confront it as much as anybody else. I never have hidden away from it. Here’s what I can say and what I can’t say. I just beg people to understand that so we can all move on.

I think people appreciate that, but as long as there are certain things that are off topic, I don’t know if that desire from people is ever going to go away.

I don’t want it to ever be thought of as “off topic” because that sounds like me trying to dictate what people should be interested in or what people should care about with me dictating what kind of questions people are supposed to ask me. People can ask me whatever questions they want. As much as I give them that freedom, they have to give me the freedom to be able to answer them with whatever I want or not to be able to answer them at all and move on. Just like if I ask someone a question and they say “you know what? I can’t answer that one or I don’t want to answer that or for many reasons I’ve chosen, I’m in a situation where I’ve agreed to not answer it,” I would say “okay.” I understand that it might not mean that I still don’t want to answer that question, but I’ll certainly have respect for that person’s situation and not, I guess, bother them about it.

I hope that you can think about that in your situation: you made a promise to someone, and it’s very basic. If you’ve ever told someone “I’ll never tell this” or if someone said “okay, you have to promise me that you’re never going to tell this.” I mean have you ever been in that situation where you gave your word to someone like that?

Yeah, sure.

That’s simply what I have done, and I’ve never intended and never will break it especially when I’m being asked it so much. Imagine how the people I made these promises to feel. People are counting on me right now, on a lot of sides. There is a lot of pressure. I don’t feel like a victim, again, I don’t want to say that. But, I am upholding a lot here for a lot of different people involved.

I understand that. It’s just that there’s a difference between the promises somebody makes in their personal life and promises that seem to shatter the foundation of what people believe about you. I think there are 2 different kinds of promises we’re talking about.

I don’t know what anyone believes about me specifically. That’s what, I guess, someone finds out in these kinds of situations. I never knew people believed this kind of stuff or didn’t believe it until it came out. So much of it to me is so beyond absurd that it’s hard for me to believe that someone else would believe it.

Yeah. Well it’s definitely some pretty whacky stuff, I’ll give you that. At this point, like I said, I think it’s good for your career. I think it’s really taken on a life of its own in a good way.

Well that’s a very positive point of view, and I appreciate that. I’ll try to look at it that way.

I said this a minute ago, but I think as long as those specific topics are, you didn’t like the phrase “off limits” but as long as there are certain answers you can’t give, I think these questions will persist from the media forever. No amount of lectures, I don’t think, are going to make them go away.

Well, we’ll see. I mean I have hope that there will be other things more interesting to talk about.

Yeah. Well, good luck to you, man.

Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you very much. Thank you for your time and for letting me, for the best I can, to defend myself and for your great questions. And really, thanks for giving me some new points of views to think about this. That was very nice of you.

[Laughter] No problem. Thanks for taking the time, I really appreciate it.

Yes, you bet, you bet.

-VN

Andrew W.K. will host “A Night of Questions” on Tuesday, February 23rd at Santo’s Party House in NYC. His new record Close Calls with Brick Walls comes out the same day.

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