What is your favorite song lyric, and from what song?
Sara Davenport: "What do you see when you turn out the light? / I can't tell you, but I know it's mine" from "With A Little Help From My Friends" by The Beatles.
Helen White: "So when you run make sure you run / to something and not away from" from "Weight of Lies" by The Avett Brothers.
Fill in the following with nouns: "It's _____ (day of the week) / Gotta get down on _______. / Everybody's lookin' forward to the _______, _________."
Both: Ivies / Mike Bottinelli / Samurai Sword.
If you could meet any live musician or artist, who would you meet and why?
SD: Prince—I've had a huge crush on him, since I was a kid.
HW: You are so weird... Bob Dylan. He definitely would have some crazy stories.
If Mount Rushmore featured the best four artists of all time instead of U.S. Presidents, who would they be?
SD: Janis Joplin, Paul Simon, Mick Jagger and Cee-Lo Green
HW: John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Tupac and Ke$ha.
Best song written in the past decade?
HW: "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga.
SD: "Blindsided" by Bon Iver.
In 100 years, how would you like people to remember you?
Both: For our ballin' radio show. Duh.
Why did you decide to do a DJ show together?
Both: We shared a lot of music together freshman year, and both of us were too scared to do it alone.
What do you think will be the major music trends in the year 2100?
HW: Country Music and Christian Rock. All day everyday.
Favorite place to listen to music?
HW: The Gendanken lab in Searles.
SD: Music is always best live!
Who inspires you? If you could dedicate an album title to him/her, what would the title be?
HW: My co-host. "Flat Bottomed Girls."
SD: Har har...I have no comeback.
What is the best musical instrument ever invented in your opinion?
HW: Upright Bass. Who doesn't look cool playing an oversized violin.
SD: Electric Ukelele. It is small and mighty!
If you could replace one of the Ivies bands for this year, who would you replace it with?
HW: The Cat Empire. Hands down.
What song do you like to hum?
HW: "I Will " by The Beatles. It's short, sweet and not too hard for my atonal self.
SD: I enjoy whistling much more than humming. Edward Sharpe's "Home" is always my favorite.
If you could form a band together in the future, what would you call it?
Both: Sara Davenport & the Confused Cucumbers.
If only one could survive, which would you spare: the Earth or humanity?
Both: Earth. Who knows what kind of crazy creatures it would respawn. Think about it: it got rid of the dinosaurs and spawned people!
What's the first concert you went to as a teenager with your friends?
HW: Dave Matthews Band.
SD: Streetlight Manifesto.
Which song would you rename? What would the new title be?
HW: I would rename "Born This Way" by Lady Gaga to "Express Yourself 2.0," since that's what it really is.
What piece of music advice would you give Bruno Mars?
SD: "Marry You" is a horrible song. It encourages people to get married. I mean, they like, get married.
HW: What she said...
If you wrote a song called "Bowdoin Pride," give a lyric from it.
Both: "He's a laxbro, and I'm a laxtitute. And I don't even care if he's about to boot." Oh wait, that's been done before.
Greatest music artist of all time?
HW: I know it's cliché, but I have to say The Beatles.
SD: I agree with Helen on this one.
-Compiled by Mariya Ilyas.
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