When I picture Justin Vernon, frontman for indie folk sensation Bon Iver, the first thing that comes to mind is a bearded, flannel-wearing modern day hippie. A slightly less reclusive version of Ray LaMontagne, if you will.
But Vernon’s come a long way from the three months he spent hiding in a log cabin recording the tormented tracks that appeared on “For Emma, Forever Ago.” These days, he’s touring the nation to rave reviews, casually dissing the Grammy’s , and he’s up in the gym just working on his fitness.
Well, not quite the gym, but rather some grassy fields, stairways and parking lots:
His trainer is adorbs is he not?