1. Tell us about your craziest touring experience?
There have been a lot of wild times on tour, so it’s hard to pick one. We got banned from a venue in North Carolina for getting a little too rowdy, we set some stuff on fire in the parking lot, Jeremy jumped off the roof of the venue onto the top of our bus, that kind of stuff.
2. What type of college class would you’d most want to take and why?
It’s hard to say, but I think sitting in on a Philosophy class would be interesting for sure.
3. What city in America is the most fun to visit and why?
San Francisco is one of our favorites. It’s just always a good time, it’s beautiful and the weather is great.
4. What’s some of the best advice you were ever given?
Work hard, and stand up for what you believe in.
5. What’s in heavy rotation in your MP3/CD player right now?
The Dangerous Summer, War Paint. Great album.
6. The last good book you read or TV show you’re addicted to?
I recently read Animal Liberation by Peter Singer. It’s an important book, I think everyone should read it.
7. What’s the first concert you ever saw – how was it?
My first show was SR-71, Nine Days and American Hi Fi. It was incredible, it made me even more enthusiastic about playing music.
8. What are three items you can’t live without on tour?
My computer, an acoustic guitar, FGB.
9. Who are your major musical influences?
Jimmy Eat World, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, Third Eye Blind, New Found Glory, those bands and so many more have influenced and inspired all of us.