Morningwood interview
*Julie Magyar*
via email *  August 2, 2006
BurningStars: Give  us a history lesson of Morningwood.
and on the 7th day G-d rested and it was good, cause there was WOOD.

BS: I've seen you guys live a couple  times, where do you get the courage to do what you do on stage, such
as  touching and stripping people?
It doesn't require courage it requires BALLS.   I've got the biggest pair of balls in the band, i just moved
them upwards. It is a fine art of picking out the right person who willing to get their fine asses down to the bare
minimum.   You are looking for a sexy risktaker who you can still keep in line.

BS: Is it annoying when people go onstage and  then don't do what you want them to do?
Sometimes it is suprising and fun when people get on stage and do something interesting but when people
get up for a song called "TAKE OFF YOUR CLOTHES" and then act shocked that they are expected to . . TAKE OFF
THEIR CLOTHES, that pisses the shit out me. . .

BS: Who has influenced you  personally and/or musically?
Personally, my mom, my best friends, my family and my tour crush.   Musically, everyone, either with
what TO DO or what NOT TO DO.

BS: If you were not in a band, what would you  be doing?
I would be making porno movies (directing them) or working in a video store

BS: What song do you enjoy playing live the most?
I think I enjoy Body 21 or Easy the most, they feel good to sing and dance to.

BS: What is  the best and worst thing about touring?
The best thing is playing every night and then meeting people before and after, the worse thing is every
single other thing.

BS: What is in the future for  Morningwood?
We are going to europe for some festivals and then we shall pause for a moment to recollect our thoughts
and perhaps tour again or perhaps record some music.

BS:  What band have you enjoyed sharing the stage with the most  so far?
Mindless Self Indulgence and The Lashes

BS:  What was it like making the CD?
Drunk. . . oh no wait, that was me.

BS:  Any last  words?
"the only art worth talking about is the art one happens to like".   I didn't write that.