Tag: Interview

Nice GOSPELBEACH interview via LA RECORD

For almost 30 years, Brent Rademaker has been a presence in L.A. music, and his influence—infused with the legacy of country rock like Gram Parsons and Gene Clark—looms large over local artists as diverse as Ariel Pink, the Allah-Las, and Ryan Adams. Among his credits: founding the storied ‘90s indie rock band Further with his brother […]

Interview with ANDY GABBARD via Dayton.com

Andy Gabbard gets to inject his share of sweet melodies into his work with Buffalo Killers, the band he co-fronts with his brother Zach. Of course, those songs have to fit into that group’s framework of early-’70s-style guitar rock. That’s not a concern when Gabbard strikes out on his own. – READ THE INTERVIEW HERE

PREMIER GUITAR features MARK PORKCHOP HOLDER

Let It Slide marks the first time since his Black Diamond Heavies days that Holder has dedicated himself to the band format, after years of predominantly performing solo. He enlisted Chattanooga-area music scene veterans Travis Kilgore on bass and Doug Bales on drums, both of whom play on the record and have been touring with […]

Read the I94 BAR interview with Dom Mariani of DATURA4

One of the album highlights of 2016 was “Demon Blues”, the debut release by Perth-based rock-psych-boogie band Datura4. A quartet led by Stems/DM3 songwriter Dom Mariani and ex-New Christs, You Am I, Bamboos and Monarchs guitarist Greg Hitchcock, With Stu Loasby (bass) and Warren Hall (drums) completing the line-up, Datura4 conjure a heady mix of […]

Read HEATH GREEN and The MAKESHIFTERS’ interview for AMERICANA UK

Can you tell us about yourself? Where you’re from and what you’ve been up to over the past few years? We’re from Birmingham, Alabama. We are 4 guys that have been playing in different bands, solo, and backing other artists for a while. I had some tunes and these guys are some of my favorite […]

Interview with SULFUR CITY vocalist Lori Paradis

On stage with Sulfur City, the vocalist, whose style has drawn comparisons to that of such female rock luminaries as Patti Smith and Janis Joplin, is in her natural habitat leading her four male bandmates, clutching a microphone, belting out the band’s signature blues-rock sound while often brandishing an electric washboard aptly christened Woogie Board. […]