Okay, when it comes to influences I can name them as being: - Brian Setzer, because he inspired me to start playing guitar. - Slash, because he taught me that even without that difficult two hand tapping you could still rock big time. - Gary Moore, who introduced me to the Blues but doing so in the Heavy metal style I was accustomed to. - The Black Crowes, who taught me about Southern Rock But when it comes to song writing and being as versatile as possible, there was nobody as big an influence on me as THIS guy. Beck's "Odelay" changed my life, that album showed me that there are no boundaries on what music you make except for the ones you yourself put on them. 23 years after it came out, it still is one of my favorite albums of all time. "Where it's at" "Sissyneck" "Jackass" But most of the time when I find myself playing an acoustic guitar this is the one which I always play. And people always ask me about it. I love the raw production of the song here, it's an anomaly on an album filled with anomaly songs.