The Brandt Josephson Interview


There were those @ Scatico who I never went to camp with but their name was always synonymous with Barn stormer, Rogue, Enforcer, Leader.

My guest ended his camp career in 1985 and started the year this host was born. Through his work in Elizaville many stories were told which completed the circle of green and white authenticity.

Was he part of the vaunted weightlifting crew? Did he excel at sports? Did he find himself on girls side a time or two? Did he engage with the chum brothers and what was his primary mode of artistic expression?

These are questions I have for another brother that helped create the lineage that still exists in different forms today @ Camp.

Like the bassist Dave Holland told me, "you can't compare than to now because when he was coming up everyone was romanticizing the 40s and the burgeoning 52 street scene.

My show is not about nostalgia or preservation. These Scatico interviews serve to illuminate a certain sliver of human behavior in a relatively uncontrolled setting that promote how to lead, how to love, overcome adversity in life and most importantly learning what not to do.

More enlightenment, Brandt Josephson welcome to the JFS


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