Buzzgrinder recently conducted an interview with Glenn Danzig. An excerpt from the chat follows below.
Buzzgrinder: I don't know if you noticed, but a couple of weeks ago, a photo of you carrying some cat supplies home from the grocery hit the Internet and…
Danzig: I don't care about that.
Buzzgrinder: I didn't think so, but…
Danzig: Hey, you know what, why do people even care? Why are they wasted their lives on this? [laughs]
Buzzgrinder: I guess it's just a weird thing, because there aren't many musicians who people…
Danzig: Follow with cameras? [laughs]
Buzzgrinder: Exactly. There aren't many people who are Glenn Danzig.
Danzig: Yeah, but you know what… I just play music, you know what I mean? That's what I want to spend my time talking about. [inaudible, followed by laughing] So you know, let's talk about the tour, man. We're coming through Louisville for the first time in a long time.
Read the entire interview from Buzzgrinder.
Photos of Glenn Danzig buying Fresh Step cat litter, along with Jennie-O Italian turkey sausage, from his local market can be found by following the links below (pictures by Bauer Griffin):
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