“I met John Lennon, and I - you know, we were cutting up and everything at one of the Grammy things. And I said, man, you're a lot of - you're funny. I didn't know you were funny. I said, I thought you were some kind of mad guy or something like that. And he said, me? He said: Listen, people in England think you shoot folks.”


Archived interview from 1996

Tagged: Musicians, Legends

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