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Youth and Passion Not Lost for the Band "Sucker."

Commentator Maureen Corrigan checks out "Sucker." It's a rock band made of four guys who grew up and got real jobs a long time ago, but still keep their rock and roll dreams alive. "Sucker" consists of: David McCormick (now an editor for the New Yorker) on drums, Wardell Sanders (now a law student) on guitar and bass, Ed Kaiser (who now works in the labor movement in Washington, D.C.) on guitar and bass, and Tim Frueh (now a writer in New York) on guitar, bass, and vocals.


Other segments from the episode on March 23, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 23, 1990: Interview with Bob Kane; Interview with David McCormick, Wardell Sanders, Ed Kaiser, and Tim Frueh; Interview with John McNaughton; Interview with Mark…


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