About Sam Means
Sam Means, formerly one-half of the band The Format with Nate Ruess, gave up the life of a touring musician for a quieter life in Phoenix, Arizona with his family. After The Format broke up, he started a successful company called Hello Merch that, today, sells merchandise for over 100 bands, artists, and even companies like WordPress.
In part one of two, Sam and I talk about his childhood in Phoenix, Arizona and his time in the band The Format with Nate Ruess.
- The Format
- Hello Merch
- Sam Means
- “We’re Alone,” a new track from Sam’s upcoming solo album 10 Songs.
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