Only Call It If You Need Me

I’m 100% positive that Jason Segel and I could be best buds. He’s one of my favorite Hollywood celebs, because he seems like a regular dude. Freaks & Geeks and Undeclared put him on my radar back in the day, with Forgetting Sarah Marshall and How I Met Your Mother eventually solidifying long-term trust in the actor.

As many know, I’m kind of a The Swell Season fanboy as well. Last night at the Wiltern in Los Angeles, a perfect storm emerged as the two joined forces to perform a new Jason Segel original inspired by advice from Marketa. Glen Hansard (another down-to-earth guy) has voiced his admiration for Freaks & Geeks on more than one occasion, so the collaboration makes perfect sense:

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As much as I would have loved to experience this moment firsthand, I’m still much happier with the show I was attending that night instead. Bruce literally played for over 3 hours without taking any breaks. Eight of those songs were Born to Run in its entirety. Plus, this happened.

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4 Responses to “Only Call It If You Need Me”

  1. Macon Says:

    Not going to lie, I’ve never listened to the swell season but, I trust your taste in music so you’re making me question how I spent last evening.

  2. walthers2 Says:

    dammit… i was gonna ask the lady to go but there was too much work to be done. i really missed the boat

  3. whitney Says:

    I listen to this at least once a day now. So entertaining!

  4. Sanchez Says:

    Let’s watch The Master of Disguise sometime soon.

    I’m a Dana Carvey fanboy.

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