In the end, it doesn't really matter, because I always think, in 20 years' time, the only thing that's going to be left is our records and photos.
If we're doing something meaningful with those, that's what will live for ever, so that's what's really important." Jack: "We will be brother and sister till the day we die," Jack: “top] Jack grew up in a large catholic family with ten siblings in the southwest Detroit house of one of Detroit's worst neighborhoods.
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Other than that, it was pretty normal." The house he grew up in is "a wooden house, three floors, I think it was built in 1911 - my whole life I grew up here." While a music student at Cass Tech in 1992, John (Jack) Gillis landed an apprenticeship at Muldoon Studio, an upholstery shop run by family friend and hobbyist drummer Brian Muldoon.And all those rhythms start coming out through your hands when you're playing. When my parents moved out, they left a piano and I taught myself how to play it.I don't really know what it is I'm doing." Meanwhile Meg grew up in the suburb of Grosse Pointe.ddie Van Halen and Dick Dale started out as drummers, and look at them.It just puts you so in tune with rhythm and changes.