In the final scene of The Last Waltz, Robbie Robertson is sitting down to an interview with Martin Scorcese. “The road has taken a lot of the great ones. Hank Williams. Buddy Holly. Otis Redding. Janis. Jimi Hendrix. Elvis. It’s a goddamn impossible way of life.” “It is, isn’t it?” Martin Scorcese mumbles. “No question about it,” Robertson replies as the theme begins to play. This was coming from a seasoned veteran who had spent the last sixteen years touring with The Band, so it was surprising to get the same road-weary attitude from the young members of Avi Buffalo—surprising, but understandable.