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CMP: You just released a new line of Martin guitars. DT: It was through a mutual friend, a friend who works for the Martin Guitar Company, Larry Barnwell.He’s a sales guy in the northwestern part of the United States.I’m still touring with the Dan Tyminski Band, we’re still doing shows, but I think the main thing on the plate is the new record with Alison and Union Station.
I never considered whether or not I could do it for a living, you kind of have to make a living doing something and I feel extremely fortunate I get to do this for a living. DT: Right now, Alison and Union Station, we’re working on a new record in the studio.
And when I was offered an opportunity to have a guitar I could call my own, I was thrilled.
I would probably hold that above anything else that’s happened in my career.
But it you start taking it for granted and you expect it, it leaves you [laughs]. I keep notebooks all over the house, and I’ll sing messages into my i Phone, and I very rarely use any of it! There’s a whole chapter devoted to it in the VJ book that came out last year by Nina Blackwood , which was a really gracious thing that took me back to New York in the early 1980s and my personal life at the time. I would say the version I did with Alison Krauss, and that’s maybe a trick answer. But when it becomes a duet, it introduced tension between two people. When I was back home in the summer in England, I watched Glastonbury [festival] on TV, and they were on, and that was the band I remembered the most, I thought they were great.
Have any of the people who helped inspire the song given you a reaction to it? My wife at that time, she summed it up better than I ever could with her point of view, I was just in the middle of it. What was your own favorite song to hear on the radio next to yours, during the “Missing You” era? It’s like Radiohead, I think they have their own style.
DT: I was 11 years younger than my brother and tried to copy him.