Do you love music? I mean genuinely LOVE music. Listening to the same songs the radio plays over and over will not suffice. You seek the great music out there you wish you could hear by turning that dial. Please allow me then to aid you on your new music discovery expedition,
Recently I enjoyed the opportunity to interview 13 different musicians. I turned each conversation into a written article and compiled them into a collection titled Rock Realities. Read and get to know each artist. A discography accompanies each selection too. So when an artist intrigues you, you can easily find his or her music!
Real Talk, Fun for Everyone
Rock Realities provides exactly that, the rock realities for each musician interviewed. Maddy Walsh details the significant sacrifices she and her The Blind Spots band mates continuously make. Steve Mackin talks about the difficulties involved in parting ways with band mates not right for the group. Stacey Randol to use her own words, “gave one of those blunt interviews.”
The real talk kept the conversations for Rock Realities fun and engaging. If I enjoyed conducting the interviews and the artists enjoyed giving them, odds remain you will enjoy the read. All together you will find interviews with the following.
- Jason Stollsteimer (The Von Bondies/The Hounds Below/PONYSHOW)
- Billy Jack Skillet (Lucid Grey)**
- Jake Nielsen+
- Stacey Randol
- Eric Halborg (The Swayback)**
- Dave Erickson (Summertime Dropouts)+
- Todd Wilkinson with Chuck Doom (Team Sleep)
- Chris Hendricks
- Andrew W.K.**
- Maddy Walsh (The Blind Spots)
- Steve Mackin (Mulu Lizi)
- Mike Hill (Tombs)**
- Jesse Magee (Leftstronger)+
Preview Rock Realities
Before purchasing Rock Realities to aid on your new music discovery expedition, go ahead and preview the book.
Disclaimers-1. The links to Rock Realities’ Amazon sales page are affiliated with the Amazon LLC Associate Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.
2. Interviews with a “**” next to them indicates articles re-published with minimum updates from the now defunct Yahoo! Voices website. Meanwhile a “+” represents articles adapted from previous published Yahoo! Voices pieces. The adaptions included extensive follow-up phone interviews with the respective artists.