Bruce has been in this apartment for two years, and with the move from another UES place came his ten greatest loves: the guitars. In every corner, on top of kitchen cabinets, on the bed, stacked near the desk, and stuffed in two closets live the guitars. There's one under the bed.
The place is about 400 square feet, we're guessing, and it goes: entry; bathroom straight ahead; or living area to the right (above and below), with a bed, desk, chair, dressers, etc.; the kitchen is on the other side of the living area. There's gear everywhere.
I said in my previous post that I'd write more about Bruce's music—Remember this JC Penney Father's Day commercial? Bruce composed and produced it with his band mate, Jeremy Adelman. Bruce's sister Erica Driscoll is singing. Together, they're the Sleepy Rebels, and that song is the first one Bruce taught me on guitar.
Above: the kitchen. Guitars on cabinets. Computers on the refrigerator. Below, Bruce singing through a tube he bought at a hardware store. Mad effects. See the record in a pic below? He's having a Prefab Sprout moment, he says.