After coordinating countless benefits for Denton's Good/Bad Art Collective, Chris Weber is used to dealing with unique situations, controlling them as much as possible. For example, Inflicted Music -- the benefit that partly inspired Weber's best-known creation, Rock Lottery, three years ago -- featured Centro-matic's Will Johnson playing his songs on a swing while wearing a bunny suit, and Chomsky performing in a box, topped off by E.F.F. playing a set on a trampoline as the band's drummer circled around it in the back of a pickup truck. Thanks to Weber, the event came off without a hitch, though it did result in the only ticket Good/Bad has ever received from... More >>>
Rubber Gloves co-owner and Mandarin guitarist Jason Wortham is one of the 25 musicians involved in this year's Rock Lottery.