Internationally touring bassist and music director Rob Morgan sits down over drinks with intriguing people to try and learn what it means to live a curious life.

Question 38 // Can art be quantified? (feat. Peter Himmelman)

July 3, 2018

Peter Himmelman is a "man of many talents and accomplishments who is known to those who have heard of him, but haven’t heard him, as Bob Dylan’s son-in-law.” That said, Peter first got on Rob’s radar not because of his acclaimed song-writing career or the fact that he was the musical composer on FOX’s American Drama Series: Bones, but as an author. In 2015, when Rob returned home from a dizzying world tour and found himself in a bit of an existential crisis when it came to his career and art, he stumbled on a book called “Let Me Out” written by Peter. Since then, it’s become one the most pivotal and influential books in Rob’s life. This week, Peter Himmelman sits down with Rob in his green room before his show in Minneapolis to let the audio roll with no agenda and see what happens. 

Recording Location: Dakota Jazz Club green room, Minneapolis MN       



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