I first met Conor as I was paying for a record in the old Dirt Cheap Records store downtown,” says Omaha singer/songwriter Simon Joyner. “I turned to leave, and there was this little kid with huge glasses looking up at me with a big smile on his face standing next to his older brother, who was only an inch taller than he was. They were blocking the door. This was probably 1992 or 1993. Conor threw out his hand and introduced himself and said he was a big fan.