Most of us who grew up in the late 1900s remember Dishwalla as a intrinsic part of the musical landscape. Their hit single in 1996, Counting Blue Cars, not only earned them a Billboard Award for “Best Rock Song,” but also placed them among the greats of Alternative Pop/Rock of the time. Scot Alexander played bass for Dishwalla, and has much to say about touring the world as an LDS musician, his upbringing, his patriarchal blessing, and his testimony. His energy and love for music pour out of his interview. He also offers advice to musicians who are trying to “make it” in The Biz. Don’t listen to the nay-sayers! You can find out more about what Scot is doing at his MySpace.