They were recently written up in the New York Post about how music and art has come together in a home called "The Firehouse" in Brooklyn, New York! We are talking about Walter Kenul and his wife Janet Rutkowski along with friends and bandmate Susan Darmiento and artist Richard Humann! The band American Nomads practice their music at the Firehouse which became an American Dream that came true...just listen to the song "My American Dream" which is featured in this episode! This is a story about music and art coming together at a refurbished firehouse! It's about the Brooklyn based band American Nomads , their music, the art that accompanies the firehouse and all the great bands that have hung out there from Dire Straits, Talking Heads, Tears For Fears, Pink Floyd, to Peter Gabriel and more! We get to hear all about how Walter and Janet purchased the firehouse in Brooklyn in the 80's and remodeled and refurbished it with blood sweat and some tears and an American Dream! We also get to hear some new tracks on American Nomads forthcoming album that are mixed and produced by Joe Walsh drummer Joe Vitale!