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By now you know Cali of Mix 104.1 in Boston. He is not only a Dave Matthews Band fan, but gets the opportunity to interview the band as well. Prior to the Antsmarching.org/Mix 104.1 Pre-Party, he had a chance to sit down with Stefan and bounce a few questions off of him. Head on over to the Cali page and give a listen to Stefan talk about all sorts of things, including some of the beloved 2004 songs.
Fonz covers a lot of subjects, including a lot on Leroi Moore, and the 2011 tour break (it'll answer a lot of questions and settle a lot of people's stomachs and get the entire continent of Australia jumping up and down). You can hear the interview here via the Mix 104.1 official site.
Warning: If you are a fan of Monkey Man, you may have a myocardial infraction around the 14 minute mark.
UPDATE: Part II, complete with MacHead and Spotlight mentions, is here
Blenheim Vineyards, the wine maker co-owned by Dave Matthews, is now available in California Whole Foods stores. The Virginia made wine - known for their outstanding chardonnay (like the 2006 Blenheim Farms... mmm...) - has made its way to the grocery store known for it's organic products. As of now, it's only available in California Whole Foods, but it's a start. So for our left coast folks, you can swing by a Whole Foods and try the Matthews label.
For the rest of you, Blenheim does ship to certain areas, so if you're interested in their wines, navigate to their order page from the Blenheim official site and see if they'll ship to you. Then maybe your kitchen counter can look like this