Adam duritz dating life
I listened to it all the way back to school in the fall. Then in 1999, at a Counting Crows concert, a nice girl told me she loved me. Literally, ran in the opposite direction and hid in the crowd. Up to that point, my music discourse usually ended in a mutual agreement with my friends that Bret Michaels was indeed referring to “screwing hefty girls” when he sang, “Unskinny Bop…Bop…After the show, I found her waiting for me by the car. Four years later, another girl, Lydia, told me she loved me at a Counting Crows concert. We got married and had a son (who now sings every word to Mrs. Bop..” Counting Crows, however, and Duritz’ lyrics in particular, presented me with questions that didn’t necessarily have answers.“You can’t use specific places and names they told me– other people won’t be able to relate. I’m just really glad they do.” There’s no reason that I, or any of Counting Crows’ fans, should be emotionally invested in the proper nouns of another man’s life.
Current popular music is a victim of it’s own vagueness, sticking around just long enough to insult the intelligence of its audience, then vanishing into the ether of obscurity.
Adam Duritz was born to his parents on 1st August 1964.