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3×3: Scott Miller on Cattle, Concerts, and Keeping It Clean

Nov 21, 2017

3x3: Scott Miller on Cattle, Concerts, and Keeping It Clean

Artist: Scott Miller
Hometown: Swoope, VA (Pronounced like “nope” — You pronounce it wrong and that’s how we know you ain’t from around here.)
Latest Album: Ladies Auxiliary
Personal Nicknames: Mule, Pigpen, the Man from Nantucket.

Tonight’s dressing room, per contract. #winning

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What’s the best concert you’ve ever attended?

I hate music. But back when I didn’t, I saw Doc Watson at a rainy bluegrass festival down in Virginia Beach. A hurricane was pounding the east coast, and I stood at the foot of the stage mesmerized.

How many unread emails or texts currently fill your inbox?

Zip. Zero. Keep it clean, I say. My office, my farm truck, my van: all total wrecks, but my inbox is pristine!

How many pillows do you sleep with?

We didn’t have pillows growing up, we used a rock. But now I use two. I’ve gotten soft in my old age.

How many pairs of shoes do you own?

I am the Imelda Marcos of Americana … you wouldn’t know it. They’re all boots.

If you were going to buy a famous musician’s pair of dirty socks off of eBay, whose would you buy?

Suzi Quatro’s. But I wouldn’t buy them. I’d just sneak into her house and get them. Not because I’m creepy. But because I’m cheap.

What’s your favorite vegetable?

I don’t eat vegetables. I raise beef cattle.

#NewIdea

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Fate or free will?

Fate. And we are all doomed.

Sweet or sour?

Sweeeeeeeeet

Sunrise or sunset?

Sunset. If I see a sunrise, it’s only because I stayed up all night.

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3x3: Scott Miller on Cattle, Concerts, and Keeping It Clean
3x3: Scott Miller on Cattle, Concerts, and Keeping It Clean