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How in the Hell Did I Miss This?

The Daily Buzz is a syndicated morning show. It is produced and aired by the CW network and actually started in my hometown of Dayton, Ohio. A couple years ago, production moved to Florida. Let me be clear here: I do not watch The Daily Buzz but I do pick up promos while I enjoy reruns of my favorite comedies on the CW.

Like any morning show, the Daily Buzz has musical guests. Well, imagine my surprise when I find myself searching YouTube...and find a clip of Nelson on the Daily Buzz. I have no earthly clue why Nelson were on that show - I'm assuming to plug some sort of tour/book/shampoo...or whatever. Anyway, the brothers (band?) did a basically worthless interview after their performance. The interview does take a serious turn for about 30 seconds, but then goes quickly back to drivel - and I blame the anchors, not the Nelson twins! Please believe, the interviewers are fascinated to learn about the concept of "Scrap Metal."

...and here's "(Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection" live from the Daily Buzz.

So, is it just me, or did you also find that interview pointless? Maybe I'm getting grouchy in my old age, but I can't help but be frustrated at the poor quality of most music-related interviews these days. The interviewers have no background information on the bands and the musicians...could basically care less. In this instance, I give the Nelson brothers credit for trying.

Reader Comments (1)

Ok, I actually DVR'd that interview, and if I remember correctly, they were on the show to promote their work on some Disney/Pixar album? Maybe Cars? I remember being fairly disappointed. Not that I'm allowed to criticize the CW, but seriously.. it was not worth the space it took up in my DVR.

September 20, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

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