Q&A’s

Q&A: The Well Pennies- The Beatles Reimagined

Q&A: The Well Pennies- The Beatles Reimagined

The Beatles Reimagined The Well Pennies covered one of my favorite Beatles tunes for an album called The Beatles Reimagined. This album features 10 bands- all playing their own version of classic Beatles songs. The Well Pennies’ rendition of “All My Loving” has been a hit! Check it out and read what they have to say about it below! Listen to the track on Soundcloud Buy on iTunes Official Album Website The Well Pennies Website Q. What made you interested in being a part of Beatles Reimagined? A. “We loved the concept of...

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Q&A: Tony Lucca

Q&A: Tony Lucca

After Tony played an AMAZING show at the Rhythm Room, I asked him a few questions and here is his response.   Q: How do you deal with the “ups-and-downs” of being a musician? A: “I trust that there will be more ‘ups’ to come and try my best to learn something from the ‘downs.’ Everything good and bad can be educational but for some reason the so-called bad ones seem to resonate a little longer.”   Q: Do you come from a musical family? A: “Yes. My mom was the 10th of 12 kids that all played and sang at some point. My mom sings like...

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Q&A: Brian Wright

Q&A: Brian Wright

Here is a Q&A with Brian Wright. I discovered he’s not only talented, he’s also very funny. Thanks Brian!   Q: When you are writing a song, who is you target audience? A: “I don’t really have a target audience in mind when I write, other than myself. An idea will pop into my head, and I try to get it out before I lose it. The ones that I usually end up liking most come really fast, like they were already there, and I just found them.”   Q: Who are your favorite musicians to work with? A: “My favorite musicians to play with are...

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Q&A: Jay Nash

Q&A: Jay Nash

Jay Nash Here’s a Q&A with Jay Nash. He’s amazing and he knows good music when he hears it! You can hear more from him at: http://www.jaynash.com/ Q: What is the average tour day like? A: “An average day. Usually, I will wake up, eat something, run a couple miles if there is time and then hope in the touring vehicle. On average, there is 4 or 5 hours of driving each day. When we pull into a town, about half the time, there will be a radio show or press stop to make. Otherwise, we head directly to the venue for a...

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