After Don graduated from IU in 2000, he spent the winter as a ski bum in Beaver Creek, CO. With nothing else to do, Don went to law school at the University of Colorado, where he (re-)met his soon-to-be wife Erica. Since law school graduation in 2004, Don has been a Deputy District Attorney in Jefferson County, Colorado, putting evil-doers behind bars. Don’s first son James (favorite song: Sweet Baby James) was born in April of 2007, and his little brother Charlie (favorite song: Bad Romance) was born in February of 2009.
playing guitar, golf, skiing, basketball, hiking, backgammon, watching sports (especially college basketball)
Donald Richard Nottingham
Currently Living In:
Married to the most wonderful and supportive woman in the world
Red hair? Big feet? Can sing two notes and do vocal percussion at the same time
Favorite SNC College Memory:
Performing "Gone" (a duet with Ahlwardt) at the IU Auditorium in May of 2000...either that, or Mark Holloway in a speedo (don't ask).
The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Willie Nelson, The Band, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, Talking Heads, Raul Midon, Barenaked Ladies, Guster, Jason Mraz.
Favorite Songs to Perform Live:
I think this answer will have to wait a bit
Favorite Place You've Traveled:
Favorite Things in General:
wrestling with my kids, IU basketball, Redskins football, Mets baseball, listening to my sons tell stories, trivial pursuit with the family
What Magazines/Periodicals do you read consistently?:
Rolling Stone, SI, New York Times (online, obviously)
Name Your Top 5 Favorite Foods:
Erica's chicken parmesan, DeeDee's meatballs, anything smothered in green chili (if you're not from the southwest, you need to get here), my mom's potato salad, and peanut M&M's.
Name Your Top 5 Favorite Movies:
The Three Amigos, Hoosiers, Run Lola Run, Fletch, Life is Beautiful
Name Your Top 5 Favorite Songs:
The Luckiest by Ben Folds, Let It Be by the Beatles, Sweet Baby James by James Taylor, Pancho and Lefty by Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson, American Tune by Paul Simon, Beatles Songs (that’s right, they get their own category): Let It Be, Blackbird, For No One, Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End, Yesterday