20 Questions with Steve-O
In anticipation of The Smokers Club Tour landing in Toronto this weekend (Sunday, July 15), we couldn’t resist taking the opportunity to ask our 20 questions to Steve-O, one of the founders of the rad Smoker’s Club movement as well as suave entrepreneur and hip-hop culture aficionado.
Steve-O was also a founder of other notable cultural landmarks Laced Magazine and GFCnewyork. Everything he touches is bound to be cool.
1.What is your dream of happiness?
The Perfect Bike. All Gold Jordan 3s. Buying My Mom A House. Living Life To The Fullest.
2.Blonde or Brunette?
DJ K Marie
3. What is the quality you like most in a person?
People Who Are Creative
What do you fear most?
My Biggest Fear Is Heights. I Fell Out Of A 2 Story Window A Few Years Ago. Scared The Shit Out Of Me.
5. 808s or 909s?
808s Minus The Heartbreak
6. What’s your biggest regret?
Not Dropping Out Of College
7. What’s your fave bar or club in the world?
Beauty And Essex In NY
8. What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
I Can’t Live Without Baked Macaroni & Cheese. I’m Obsessed
9. What are the 3 musicians dead or alive you’d like to see perform?
Bob Marley, Notorious B.I.G. At The Tunnel, And Little Dragon
10. What is your favorite decade in music?
From 2002 to 2012. So Many Great Albums Came Out.
Would you rather go blind or deaf and why?
Deaf. I Wanna See The World. See Beauty, See My Children Grow… Plus Sign Language Isn’t So Bad.
12. How old is too old?
Your Never Too Old To Be Young. Old Is A Mindstate.
13. Where do you see yourself in 15 years?
Alive & Free
14. Who’s your hero?
15. What’s your favourite colour?
16. What song could you live without ever hearing again?
D4L – Laffy Taffy. I Hate That Song
17. Metallica or Madonna?
Ray Of Light Madonna
18. What’s your most hated vice?
Feet. I Hate When The 2nd Toe Is Longer Than The Big Toe :(
19. Who is the most tragic figure in history?
20. What are the top three live shows you’ve seen in your life?
Any Smokers Club Show
Kanye West (Glow In The Dark Tour – Aug 7th 2008)
Odd Future (Webster Hall – Nov 8th 2010)