Friday, March 7, 2008

Musician Puts Scary ‘Sesame Street’ Past Behind Him

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If one musician’s solo album doesn’t soar, he’s got a history of horrible jobs to fall back on.

David Fagin, who fronted New York-based rockers The Rosenbergs, has a history as an activist for musicians’ rights, and to release his first solo album, For Promotional Use Only, Fagin’s taken his mission further by creating his own record label.

He explains, “If this doesn’t work out, I’ll drop myself.”

In Fagin’s crusading career, he’s supported himself doing everything from writing scripts to delivering pizzas, so he’s not worried if his solo album doesn’t soar.

He adds, “I worked as Elmo’s assistant on Sesame Street. If you know Elmo, that’s a terrible job.”

Although Fagin’s the only artist on his label, there’s one singer he’s got his sights on.

Fagin says, “Maybe I’ll sign William Hung. We’ve both broken the mold – we have a lot in common.”

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