What song, artist, or album changed your life?
JF: The Baha Men. Because no matter how many times I listen to "Who let the dogs out?" it just never gets old.
DH: In middle school, I had every Michael Jackson album on tape. He rocks so hard.
What's the best concert you've ever seen?
DH: One time, I went to this concert where Aerosmith opened with AC/DC for the Rolling Stones?and Bob Seger made a guest appearance. Not really! But that would have been sweet.
JF: Where I come from, we don't have concerts. We have barndances! Hootenany!
What have you been listening to lately?
JF: Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Dan whining, Janis Joplin.
DH: Steve Earle, Jim Croce, Joan Baez.
JF: Johnny Cash because everything he does is infused with his unique style, and he's a master of writing pop-country music. And he worked "purple people eater" into a song, and it still ruled so hard.
DH: Rolling Stones. They say never trust a skinny chef?when you have lips like Mick Jagger, you must be able to sing.
DH: A CD I made that has Simon & Garfunkel's "Homeward Bound" on it 16 times.
JF: Dan's baby pictures.
Favorite Beatles song?
DH: "Nowhere Man" because it's the nickname my roommates have adopted for me this year.
JF: "I Am the Walrus" because it describes my behavior in the dining hall.
Hall and Foulke can be heard on "The Bowdoin Home Companion" 9:30-10:30 on Wednesday mornings on WBOR 91.1 FM.