The Simpsons supremo Matt Groening relied on his family when curating an upcoming British rock festival - he asked his two sons for advice on the line-up.
The cartoonist has put together the bill of bands for All Tomorrow's Parties - which takes place in Minehead, England this weekend (07-09May10) - after organisers asked him to helm the event.
And he admits he needed help to choose the line-up - because he wanted the festival to appeal to music fans of all ages.
Groening tells British rock mag NME, "I had lots of help with the line-up. You have your wish list, you have the realities, maybe the people that you want are in the studio or on tour elsewhere or for some reason aren't available.
"Then there are the recommendations from other people. I talked to my kids. I have two boys, aged 18 and 20, who have very strong ideas about music. I hadn't heard of everybody suggested, but I checked them all out and they all have my seal of approval."