Posts tagged "A Perfect Circle"

Remember Josh Freese? He’s the drummer who was offering a range of packages for people who were willing to pay more than the $7 list price for his album, from a thank-you phone call to a lunch date to having him write a song about you—and he was serious about it. Well, some 19-year-old Tool fan went for the $20,000 package, which included mini-golf with Maynard James Keenan and Mark Mothersbaugh. (Turns out the Devo singer couldn’t make it for golf, so they had a pizza party instead.) And he had a great time hanging out with Freese and various rock musicians. He is still, however, a Tool fan. [Wired]

Teen Pays $20,000 for Day With Josh Freese

Remember Josh Freese? He’s the drummer who was offering a range of packages for people who were willing to pay more than the $7 list price for his album, from a thank-you phone call to a lunch date to having him write a song about you—and he was serious about it. Well, some 19-year-old Tool fan went for the $20,000 package, which included mini-golf with Maynard James Keenan and Mark Mothersbaugh. (Turns out the Devo singer couldn’t make it for golf, so they had a pizza party instead.) And he had a great time hanging out with Freese and various rock musicians. He is still, however, a Tool fan. [Wired]

Remember Josh Freese? He’s the drummer who was offering a range of packages for people who were willing to pay more than the $7 list price for his album, from a thank-you phone call to a lunch date to having him write a song about you—and he was serious about it. Well, some 19-year-old Tool fan went for the $20,000 package, which included mini-golf with Maynard James Keenan and Mark Mothersbaugh. (Turns out the Devo singer couldn’t make it for golf, so they had a pizza party instead.) And he had a great time hanging out with Freese and various rock musicians. He is still, however, a Tool fan. [Wired]

Remember Josh Freese? He’s the drummer who was offering a range of packages for people who were willing to pay more than the $7 list price for his album, from a thank-you phone call to a lunch date to having him write a song about you—and he was serious about it. Well, some 19-year-old Tool fan went for the $20,000 package, which included mini-golf with Maynard James Keenan and Mark Mothersbaugh. (Turns out the Devo singer couldn’t make it for golf, so they had a pizza party instead.) And he had a great time hanging out with Freese and various rock musicians. He is still, however, a Tool fan. [Wired]

Remember Josh Freese? He’s the drummer who was offering a range of packages for people who were willing to pay more than the $7 list price for his album, from a thank-you phone call to a lunch date to having him write a song about you—and he was serious about it. Well, some 19-year-old Tool fan went for the $20,000 package, which included mini-golf with Maynard James Keenan and Mark Mothersbaugh. (Turns out the Devo singer couldn’t make it for golf, so they had a pizza party instead.) And he had a great time hanging out with Freese and various rock musicians. He is still, however, a Tool fan. [Wired]