What is your favorite song lyric, and from what song?
Tucker Colvin: "This may not be the moment to tell you face to face, but I could wait forever for the perfect time and place" from "Elaborate Lives" by Aida.
James Henry: "Sometimes you lead, sometimes you follow, don't worry 'bout what you don't know, life's a dance you learn as you go" from "Life's a Dance" by John Michael Montgomery.
Fill in the following with nouns: "It's _____ (day of the week) / Gotta get down on _______. / Everybody's lookin' forward to the _______, _________."
T: I don't mess with perfection.
If you could meet any live musician or artist, who would you meet and why?
T: Bruce Springsteen, hands down, if only to say I met the Boss.
J: James Taylor. I have a friend who did and he seems cool.
What is your favorite setting to listen to music?
T: Driving late at night.
J: Driving in a car with the windows down on a nice day.
If Mount Rushmore featured the best four artists of all time instead of U.S. Presidents, who would they be?
T: Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Luciano Pavaratti and Dolly Parton.
J: Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and Soulja Boy Tell 'Em.
Why did you decide to do a DJ show together?
T: He had me at "hello."
J: Actually, he convinced me, and I was having constant requests for "stories from Arkansas."
What do you think will be the major music trends in the year 2050?
T: Yani will be cool again.
J: More zippy techno music.
If you wrote a song called "Ivies," give a lyric from it.
T: "Damn you Crew."
J: "I just haven't met you yet!"
In 100 years, how would you like people to remember you?
T: "Tucker Colvin, damn that boy could dance."
J: "James Henry, beloved father, brother, son and DJ."
Who inspires you? If you could dedicate an album title to him/her, what would the title be?
T: I would have written Jackson Browne's "For a Dancer" and dedicated it to my niece.
J: I would dedicate "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry to Margot Haines '13.
What is the best musical instrument ever invented in your opinion?
J: The steel guitar.
If you could replace one of the Ivies bands for this year, who would replace it with?
T: Rebecca Black.
J: Oh yes, yes.
Best song written in the past decade?
T: "I Try" by Macy Gray.
J: "I'm like a Bird" by Nelly Furtado.
Song you like to sing on the top of your lungs?
T: "The Lees of Old Virginia" from 1776.
J: "Ironic" by Alanis Morisette.
Which song would you rename? What would the new title be?
T: I would change "F**k You" by Cee Lo Greene to "The Tucker Colvin Story."
J: "Callin Baton Rouge" by Garth Brooks to "I want you back (next year)" by Tucker Colvin.
If you could form a band together in the future, what would you call it?
Both: The Mayors of Tip City.
If only one could survive, which would you spare: earth, or humanity?
J: Earth. Humans could "re-evolve" from monkeys and then there would at least be some atmosphere for them to live in.
T: Humanity. James is a murderer.
What piece of music advice would you give Ke$ha?
T: The dollar sign is stupid.
J: Sing rather than talk in a sassy voice.
Greatest music artist of all time?
J: Tucker Colvin, bathroom composer "extraordinaire."
Rate Racer X on a scale from one to ten.
J: It's been a while since I've seen them.
-Compiled by Mariya Ilyas.
Tune in to "Biscuits and Moonshine" with DJs Tucker Colvin '13 and James Henry '13 every Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM or stream online at wbor.org.