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Dave Davies talks with writer, actor and comic Larry David. He wrote and stars in the new Broadway play "Fish in the Dark." Of course, he's best known for co-creating "Seinfeld," and for creating and starring in "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
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The comedian wrote and stars in Fish in the Dark, a play about rivalries and dysfunction when a family patriarch dies. David says the idea came to his "twisted mind" when his friend's dad passed away.
Gordon co-founded Sonic Youth with Thurston Moore. When their marriage broke up in 2011, so did the band. Gordon talks about rebuilding her life, writing her memoir and her new band Body/Head.
Given the content of the songs, the title Wake seems, in part, to refer to an awakening Struthers has had about who she is, what she wants to do, and how she wants to sound.