Faris, Scott 2013-01-07

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Interviewee Name: Scott Faris

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Date: January 07, 2013

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 01:31:15


Early Life and family history, Father served in the Air Force, Scott talks about all the places he lived growing up and what it was like in Guam, talks about how he got into guitar playing, moving back to the US and going to TTU, talks about studying sculpture at Tech and who he worked with, talks about his anti-drug campaign Rapunzel and their band, Talk about teaching for David Brandon and the importance of teaching what you do, having kids and the end of Rapunzel, beginning of design studio and importance of learning computer skills in the early 80s, working for digital base producing records, going to work at South Plains

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Transcript: Transcript available in reading room

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