Bourdain was a great lover and champion of music, and tributes from musicians have been pouring in, including Iggy Pop, Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!, Questlove, El-P, Zola Jesus, John Lurie, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
Anthony was about as un-vegan as they got -- he railed against them in his breakout 2000 restaurant tell-all and memoir, Kitchen Confidential -- but he was also pretty rock n' roll. His original travel show, No Reservations, featured a theme by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Queens of the Stone Age were regular guests on his show, and he even once attended a BrooklynVegan SXSW day party (he was a fan of Austin band Ume).
Unlike Chris (who took these pictures), I didn't get to the Nethermead until 5pm, but what I saw was consistent with reports that the second day of GoogaMooga was free of a lot of the kinks experienced on Saturday...
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