Todd Rundgren Surprised to Find Himself Becoming Hollywood’s Needle-Drop Du Jour, From ‘And Just Like That…’ to ‘Ozark’

Todd Rundgren Surprised to Find Himself Becoming Hollywood’s Needle-Drop Du Jour, From ‘And Just Like That…’ to ‘Ozark’
Start a conversation with Todd Rundgren about his sudden wealth of needle drops within the last 10 months — including the multiple interpretations of his 1973 hit “Hello It’s Me” as performed throughout the first season of HBO Max’s “And Just Like That…,” or the use of “I Saw the Light” in “Ozark” — and before the question is out, Rundgren is laughing.

“I find it as unusual as everyone else does,” says Rundgren from Denver, before another night of playing with friend Daryl Hall during that latter’s current solo tour. “I can’t figure out what’s going on, as to why there’s sudden interest in my music, and that era in particular.”

The era of which Rundgren speaks is his early 1970s output. That’s when the one-time psychedelic pop songwriter-guitarist from the Nazz went solo and achieved cosmopolitan, blue-eyed soul heights with 1970’s “We Gotta Get You
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