Today’s interview is with musician, James Menefee. James started playing punk rock in the early 90’s as the bassist for the band Fun Size, and over the course of that decade, took the band, from a band that self-released their own recordings, and played locally, to one that was on a label, and had toured the country. And later, formed River City High, a band that left off where Fun Size ended, and allowed James to explore a wider sense of musical influence, as well as became signed to MCA records. To me though, James was someone who, being older than my 14 year old self, and having gotten into punk and playing shows a few years before me, He was someone I looked up to in the 1990s southside Richmond scene. And at that early age, watching the way his band did things, inspired me, and folks like me, to try and do our own things as well.