In this episode, Nate kicks off Daylight’s Saving pining for the return of pleasant weather with the hopes of getting back out to the disc golf course and shouts out Dave Cox Photography for allowing the use of the cover photo of this episode (2:40). And Nate shares the first post that was ever written for the Yo! That’s My Jawn Website, “Our Life Together, Is So Precious Together…” (4:32). Then, Nate is joined by fellow disc golfer and former bassist of the Hooters, Andy King (11:03). The two have an epic chat about how Andy inspired the podcast, journaling, Live Aid and the egos of Sean Penn and Madonna, the power of remembering names, growing up in Massachusetts, Friendly’s and the Awful Awfuls, moving to Ambler, meeting Ed McKendry and being inspired to learn guitar, his college years at the University of Delaware, playing in Jack of Diamonds and how that lead to him joining the Hooters and the band achieving great success, his desire to contribute to the songwriting, playing with fellow Hooter David Uosikkinen’s In the Pocket project, the technical aspects of playing bass in a large room, meeting Paul McCartney, leaving the Hooters, writing and recording his solo album, Spiritual Preschool, playing at the Living Room at 35 East, learning to love Taylor Swift, the Quiet, mindfulness and meditation, disc golf and contracting and recovering from Lyme’s Disease… all before taking The Jawntlet. It is an epic conversation you will not want to miss!