Chatting with musician/artist and founder of Boosweet Records Vernon Neilly

September 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Vernon Neilly discusses his Latin-influenced hip-hop brand of music (he was born in Bahamas and reared in South Florida) ; his new release "Outta Time"; taking classic Stevie Wonder or Jimi Hendrix tunes and putting his own spin on them; collaborating with talented musicians like Greg Howe; the changes he has observed in music industry in the Millennium; his mutual love and devotion to fans in South America, like Brazil and Argentina; and the South American culture versus American regarding music. [Continued]

Chatting with Killian Gavin of Australian indie band Boy & Bear

September 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

Killian Gavin from Australia’s indie band, Boy & Bear discusses their up-coming Australian regional tour ‘Limit of Love’; the towns where they will be playing; touring experiences; the up-coming North American Tour; the differences between playing festivals, big city concerts, regional gigs & overseas tours; and reflects on their first single ‘Mexican Mavis’. [Continued]

Chatting with Angela McCluskey, the voice that is heard everywhere!

September 2, 2016 // 0 Comments

Rock at Night spoke with Angela McCluskey, songwriter extraordinaire with an unmistakable voice that one hears everywhere. With a background in other creative arts, she fell into music and songwriting quite naturally. We spoke about her creative process, travel, drama, art, her music, her work with other bands such as Telepopmusik, the Wild Colonials and so much more. [Continued]

Chatting with alt-metal band The Maension

August 23, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Maension band discuss the RÆVOLUTIONworldTOUR‬, the band's Second World Tour, which will encompass 15 countries and four continents; their musical influences; how the band originated, life on the road, and more! [Continued]

Chatting with Rafferty Swink of psych-rock band Evolfo

August 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Rafferty Swink of psych-rock band Evolfo discusses the upcoming West Coast tour to Oregon and California; analysis of the songs from the new EP Last of the Acid Cowboys; and how Evolfo achieves its vintage sound of genre-bending music. [Continued]

Chatting with John Corabi of The Dead Daisies

July 27, 2016 // 0 Comments

John Corabi of The Dead Daisies discusses the Cuban trip which inspired the title Revolucion, the new album and how they actually recorded between January and February of this year while in Nashville; the meaning behind the song “Long Way to Go”; how I really loved the ballad “Sleep” from Revolucion; the classic rock sound of the band and how they achieve it; his health routine for maintaining stamina and his voice; and the emotional concert in Paris, barely two weeks after the massacre at the Bataclan. [Continued]
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