There's no stopping him now! John Wants Answers is an award-winning public access TV show that airs live on KMVT and is later rebroadcast on YouTube for your viewing pleasure. Maybe pleasure is an exaggeration. We probably should have just said "for your viewing."
Tweet John questions live on the air at Twitter.com/JohnWantsAnswer. There's no "s" at the end because "s" stands for "suck." The "s" is actually missing because Twitter only allows 15 characters in a name. John made the executive decision that "JohnWantsAnswer" sounds better than "ohnWantsAnswers."
John A. Vink is the founder of John Wants Answers and makes the magic happen in every episode. In his day job, John is the Head of Macintosh Desktop Engineering for Nest Labs. He's also the founder of a weekly dinner club that many Silicon Valley geeks and industry luminaries attend. (OK only one industry lumianry attends on a semi-regular basis. Other lluminaries have come once but never come back again). John hoped and dreamed of one day producing a public access TV show of such outstanding caliber that he will win a WAVE Award. Those hopes and dreams came true in October 2012 with the win of 2 WAVE awards. John really likes to win awards and always wants to add another trophy to his vast, predominately bowling, trophy collection.
You may recognize Timothy Drury as a musician, composer and photographer. For the past two decades he has been a musician, singer and songwriter touring the world with artists Don Henley, The Eagles, Whitesnake, Don Felder, Bryan Adams and Stevie Nicks.
Jonathan Mann and the Rock Cookie Bottoms
Jonathan Mann is the Song A Day guy who wrote the iPhone Antennae song and "That's Just the Woz" both of which he performed on the John Want's Answers. Recently Jonathan launched the "Songatron" iphone app. Check it out. You can create a custom song just for fun.
Scott D. Davis
Scott D. Davis is a pianist whose styles range from new age to heavy metal. You'll be soothed by his calm songs on his album Tahoma, and you'll rock out to his monster performances on Metallica-influenced Pianotarium, and you'll find something in between on Rockfluence.
Not only does Casey play piano, but he's also John's bowling partner.
Hello Dali came by and played a few songs for us.
Kis the Otter often gets confused with a chipmunk, squirrel, or racoon.
Armando Sarabia does hair, make-up, and so much more!
Nicole came on the show and made us all espresso drinks.
Nick had us laughing all night long with his jokes.