Seattle People Q&A: Brian Has a History With Sabbath, The Three Tenors, Tupac, and Pearl Jam

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Jenny Jimenez
Watch a slideshow of Seattle People in Roosevelt .
Every week, photographer and conversationalist Jenny Jimenez ventures out into the city and brings

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Seattle People Q&A: Brian Has a History With Sabbath, The Three Tenors, Tupac, and Pearl Jam

  • Seattle People Q&A: Brian Has a History With Sabbath, The Three Tenors, Tupac, and Pearl Jam

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    Jenny Jimenez
    Watch a slideshow of Seattle People in Roosevelt.
    Every week, photographer and conversationalist Jenny Jimenez ventures out into the city and brings back photos and notes about the folks she encounters. This week, she ran into Brian Enrique at Thrive in the Roosevelt neighborhood.

    Questions by Jenny Jimenez:

    What are you listening to these days?

    I shuffle through a few different Pandora stations. I have one based on Peter Bjorn & John, another on the song, "Time to Pretend", by MGMT and one on Bon Iver.

    Do you have a favorite album?

    Gone are the days of whole albums!

    What were you listening to in high school?

    I was listening to a lot of Tupac and Pearl Jam. Who wasn't listening to Tupac and Pearl Jam in the early '90s?

    What was the last show you went to?

    It's been a long time. The only one i an think of was one of my friends' bands at the Jewel Box Theatre. All they played was Aretha Franklin covers.

    Do you remember the first show you ever went to?

    Totally. Either Black Sabbath or the Three Tenors. Can't remember which. Both were the same year and both at The Shark Tank in San Jose.

     
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