Jeffrey Dean Foster in Triad City Beat

Photo: Jordan Green

Photo: Jordan Green

“He’s like an apparition, so comfortable with these streets they fit him like old jeans, almost invisible. While beautiful, young people throng the café scene on West Fourth Street, Jeffrey Dean Foster thinks about his father’s sporting-goods store on Sixth Street, how they used to walk a couple blocks to the old Murphy’s Lunch, its window now caked in dust, easy to miss as the city hurtles forward into the new millennium.”

Jordan Green talked to Jeffrey Dean Foster about The Arrow, recording with Don Dixon and Mitch Easter and the album’s “unintentional” theme. Read the full interview in Triad City Beat.

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