Some interviews are easier than others. Glen David Andrews, for instance. Get him started and he'll take it from there. We talked for more than an hour before Christmas outside Cafe Rose Nicaud on Frenchmen Street, and all I needed to do was get out of the way and let him lay out his truth. I asked a few questions including some about the upcoming gig he was doing with Amanda Shaw, but I listened a lot more.
Glen David Andrews has had to make so many changes in his life that for tonight's gig with Amanda Shaw at d.b.a., he refers to himself as "GDA 2.0." He's back in his regular Monday night slot at d.b.a., but since he has returned from a three-month stint in rehab, he is more focused on his music and has laid off crowd-surfing and similar theatrics when he performs.