You can't get a good job and be in a band.
"Brandon Emil Phillips" is an American professional baseball second baseman. He plays in Major League Baseball for the Cincinnati Reds. He has also played for the Cleveland Indians.
A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Phillips was drafted by the Montreal Expos in 1999 but traded to the Cleveland Indians in 2002. After making his Major League debut that year, he spent several years moving back and forth between the Indians' major-league team and the minor leagues. Phillips was then traded to the Cincinnati Reds in 2006. Since the trade Phillips has developed into one of the best second basemen in baseball, winning four Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, one Silver Slugger Award, and being selected to three Major League Baseball All-Star Game/National League All-Star teams.More Brandon Phillips on Wikipedia.
We played at a birthday party that one of our friends was throwing for his wife. It was two bands and six strippers. And I didn't know it beforehand, but the show was outdoors on the porch of the bar.
I thought it was great. International Polo is trying a lot of different marketing techniques. And that's what polo needs. It needs to be more of a public sport. There's no reason in the world why everyone in the world shouldn't come watch it.
There was pretty good odds that we were definitely disturbing someone that was attempting to convalesce, or a surgeon who is attempting to do some complicated microscopic vascular procedure.
I just want to be able to write the best songs that we can write. It's strictly about rock and roll for us.
Anyone who lives in the city has some kind of experience with that.
There's the people and friends who want to give you grief about it, but I've heard all positive things, so I have no problem with it.
They won't do anything for three days in case somebody gets hurt.
I can bunt to move guys and to get hits. We're trying to compete and win. I was happy because I'm trying to do anything.