Earlier this year, there was a bidding war for the 212 version of telephone number 867-5309, and it proved just how many people really wanted to make Jenny's digits their own. So even as the legacy of the famous number lives on, the New Yorker catches up with one of its writers, former-Tommy Tutone member Jim Keller. It seems that after the overwhelming success of the catchy single, and with the lack of any follow-up hits, Keller drifted through the pop world before becoming the unlikely director of Philip Glass's publishing company, Dunvagen Music Publishers. Now, he's picked up the guitar once again and has started playing regular bar-band shows in Alphabet City to crowds of "about fifteen." The more you know!