When I sat down to talk to rocker and certified party guru Andrew W.K., I fully expected to discuss the particulars of fist-pumping, mosh pit etiquette, and the delicate art of shotgunning beers. Instead, the man that Stoli has dubbed "Professor of the Party," wearing his trademark dirty white T-shirt, white jeans, and leather boots, launched into a philosophical take on the mentality of partying—the party attitude, if you will. Andrew W.K. has given motiviational talks at Yale, NYU, Carnegie Mellon, and Oxford Union, among others, on his partying philosophy. If you ask him, partying isn't a event. It's a state of being. And it never has to end.
If you want you keep the party going, all you need to do is decide that every moment you're alive is worth celebrating. "If you're excited about not being dead, you have a reason to party every day," Andrew said, before he hosted the 35th anniversary of The Pyramid Club in New York City.
Here's how to party like a rock star, in five simple lessons: