Pack your fishin' pole, hiking boots, bug spray, and sleeping bag. You might want to throw a Marshall amp and a Stratocaster in there as well as Todd Rundgren prepares to host his first ever Musical Survivors Camp at the Full Moon Resort, just outside of Woodstock, New York on June 20. Known for his eclectic and shape-shifting career moves, Rundgren puts on his camp counselor hat and provides the perfect opportunity for fans to see if he can toast a marshmallow. All for a cool $2500.
And that's, "Todd who?" you ask? With a 40+ year career spanning the hits "Hello It's Me," "Can We Still Be Friends," and "Bang On The Drum All Day" it would be easy to mistake Rundgren for only being a '70s/'80s radio fave. But add to his own substantial catalogue, productions for Badfinger, Grand Funk, Meatloaf, and the New York Dolls, coupled with the eighth video ever played on MTV, the world's first interactive music disk, and being the predictor of the current demise of the music business, Todd Rundgren has more than earned the title of Survivor in the business of rock and roll. But can he paddle a canoe? That will be the question.
David has spent most of his career in advertising. That alone should call his writing skills into question. David currently writes the Wild Wild East Dailies from Saigon but has trouble seeing the forest for the trees because it's a jungle out there.