Tad

By Brad Austin

 

            The 300-pound Thomas A. Doyle once worked as a butcher. For Sub Pop, a little-known Seattle-based label that badly needed an angle in marketing its music at the end of the 1980s, he was an unexpected publicity dream. Sub Pop co-founders Bruce Pavitt and John Poneman cultivated the “white trash” image of Doyle, selling it as something that was primal, purely American, and purely rock and roll. The gimmick worked, especially on the British press who bought into the mystique of Doyle the lumberjack:... Read More

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