What plans do you have for the future?? To continue recording, playing shows and reaching out to find new fans. I would like to make the perfect album but I guess so does everyone! I would love to do some international touring. Which has been the funniest prank you have been or took part while on tour or after a show?? A long time ago my band was opening for the California Governer at the time. We had taken down our equipment and we were at the side of the stage. A friend of mine who was under the influence runs on stage to the microphone and starts screaming for the band to come back. We were waving from the side of the stage that we couldn't play anymore and that the governer was about to come onstage. Besides we had already taken down our amps/drums etc...He finally stepped aside realizing that we weren't going to play anymore. It was pretty funny but that's what happens when alcohol meets enthusiasm. If you were stranded in the middle of nowhere after a show or while on tour. The help is 100 miles away from where you are, 多Who would you send to look for help? And if while the rest wait, there's no food and the only way to feed yourself is by eating each other, 多Who would you eat first? Well I often perform solo so if I were stranded in the middle of nowhere I would start by looking for a body of water. I would then dive in and look for a mermaid to lead me to food. After her caring for me and introducing me to her friends I decide to stay and live happily ever after. Mermaids really know how to make a man feel loved! Which country you guys would love to play? Iceland, Germany, Chile, New Zealand, Japan. With which bands you guys would love to share stage?? I would love to play with Tom Petty, Radiohead, Peter Gabriel. It would be fun to just jam and see where it ends up! John Lennon is one of my musical heroes so if he were alive he'd be my 1st choice. Are you OK, with the direction the band is going actually? Sure but things can move slowly at times. I would like things to happen quicker in regards to booking and promoting my music. It's a strange time in the music business with lots of change going on. There is a new model for how to succeed in the music business from how it was even 10 years ago so I think the artists that utilize these modern tools have a distinct advantage to succeed. You have to stay hungry and don't let rejection keep you from your goals.
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