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One Question Interviews: The Max Levine Ensemble

David Combs (The Max Levine Ensemble – guitar, vocals)

SPB: What’s the worst tour experience you’ve had? Have you ever been stranded?

Combs: On our first cross-country tour back in 2004 our friend's van, Black Betty, died in the mountains of Nevada. We got towed to Reno, but the tow truck driver couldn't take us all so some of us hid underneath the equipment loft in the van while it was being towed. Somehow when we got to Reno, someone there had a van and some free time offered to take us on the rest of the tour. So we were only stranded for one day. That wasn't the worst tour experience I've had though. I don't want to talk about that.

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Words by Loren on Jan. 22, 2016, midnight

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