Interview with Adam Young from Owl City: Amongst The Stars

Celebrating the release of his fourth album, The Midsummer Station, Minnesota’s Owl City has become a one-man band synonymous with radio-friendly, ear-pleasing synthpop that the whole family can agree on. With the monster commercial success of 2009’s “Fireflies,” vocalist, songwriter, producer, keyboardist, man-behind-the-curtain Adam Young has come a long way …

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Interview with JD Fortune: Fortune’s Phases

Since competing for and winning the coveted spot as INXS’ vocalist on Rock Star: INXS (2005), JD Fortune’s bumpy journey has been chronicled by the media, for better or worse. Through it all, his fans have supported his work, matching his dedication, loyalty, and faith with their own. Now with …

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Interview with Mark Foster from Foster The People: Making Sense Of It All

Emerging as one of the most promising bands from Los Angeles since god knows when, Foster The People’s debut album, Torches, has earned the band a cozy stay at the top of Billboard’s charts, stage time at the Grammy’s honoring The Beach Boys, an army of fans, sold …

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Interview with Peter Klett from Candlebox: Where The Past Meets The Present

Following their 2008 album, Into The Sun, Candlebox returns with a new album and supporting tour for their latest work. Released by Audionest earlier this month, Love Stories & Other Musings showcases the band’s new material alongside new takes of classic songs like “You,” “Far Behind,” “Change,” “Cover …

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Interview with Dale Crover: The Bulls, The Bees, The Melvins!

Chances are, if you’ve been paying any attention to music trends and leading influential acts over the past 30 years, you’ve heard of The Melvins. And, if not, I guarantee their inspiration has seeped into an up-and-coming band’s music somewhere along the way. Formed in 1983 by guitarist/vocalist Buzz Osborne …

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Interview with Graeme Edge from The Moody Blues: Far From Blue

Currently touring to celebrate the 45th anniversary of their classic album, Days Of Future Passed, The Moody Blues continue entertaining like few others. Maintaining an almost nightly performance schedule, Justin Hayward, John Lodge, and Graeme Edge remind us why their timeless music has attracted so many loyal fans. Edge …

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Interview with Marq Torien from BulletBoys: Shooting Straight

Now touring with original vocalist Marq Torien and bassist Lonnie Vencent, BulletBoys is a band undeterred and dedicated to performing at their best. On the scene in the late ‘80s, the band met success with singles such as “Smooth Up In Ya” and a remake of The O’Jays’ “For The …

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Interview with Eric Brittingham from Cinderella: Know What You’ve Got

Like many hair bands from the ‘80s and ‘90s, Cinderella weathered the bursting of their musical bubble, enduring everything from personal setbacks, artistic separations and physical illness along the way. According to bassist Eric Brittingham though, the band’s tour commemorating the 25-year anniversary of their Night Songs debut album is …

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Interview With Live’s Ed Kowalczyk: He Alone. The Same, But Better

Parting from Live in 2009 (a departure not free from drama and its fair share of finger-pointing), vocalist Ed Kowalczyk has struck out on his own. After a bout with flagging inspiration and disinterest, Kowalczyk released a solo album, Alive, in July of 2010. I recently spoke with him …

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