Bruce co-owned the Go-Gos with Harry for two years and then when Harry resigned, Bruce spun out on his own by running the Tenacious B for two more years. As you will see below, Bruce is one of those special owners who has amazing creativity and phenomenal wit. Even though he was only a part of the CFCL for barely more than 10% of the league's existence, the CFCL is poorer for his absence.
I have mentioned this before and will mention it again, our owners (current and former) have a lot more to them than simply being baseball fans. This is clearly evident throughout all the answers Bruce provides, but specifically when he references his travels.
He's one of the good guys and it's time to meet The Tenacious B.
In 2000 you joined the CFCL with Harry Witzke to form “Bruce’s Witzke A Go-Go”. Do you recall any material differences between working with Harry and then ultimately running your own team?