The House Party with Belle Adair rages on! Today, we ask the band members a series of Probing Questions about their music fandom. (And later this week, Belle Adair plays live on the show.)
It’s another Rockin’ the Suburbs House Party! Please welcome Belle Adair, an indie band from the Muscle Shoals area who play beautiful guitar pop. Their latest album, “Tuscumbia,” is out now on Single Lock Records.
Part 2 of our interview with Cory Branan, including a random question – How does one become immortalized in a Lucero song?
We hung out backstage with alt-country rocker Cory Branan. This is part of the entertaining conversation that resulted. Enjoy.
The conclusion of our interview with Tommy Keene, conducted at Villain & Saint bar and grill in Bethesda, Md., just two months before his sudden passing. In this segment, Tommy talks about working with Paul Westerberg and Robert Pollard in the ’90s, plus his biggest regrets in his music career.
Our interview with power pop icon Tommy Keene, conducted just a couple of months before his sudden passing, continues with talk about his ’80s solo career, including his major-label stint with Geffen.
Be sure to listen to Part 3 tomorrow.
Tommy Keene unexpectedly died on Nov. 22 at age 59. Just two months earlier, we had the great fortune to interview the power pop icon over drinks and dinner at Villain & Saint in Tommy’s hometown of Bethesda, Md. He was just off a tour opening for Matthew Sweet, and this may be Tommy Keene’s final interview.
In this first of three parts, Tommy talks about his early days in the Razz and other bands, before his solo career began.
Peter Searcy, formerly of cult band Squirrel Bait, joins by phone to talk about being asked to perform with Dave Grohl at a recent Foo Fighters show. Plus, conversation about life as a teenage punk singer, Squirrel Bait’s impact, Peter’s follow-up band Big Wheel and his latest solo album “Leave it All Out There.”
Singer-songwriter Nicole Atkins and her amazing voice join Rockin’ the Suburbs for a backstage interview at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C. Nicole discusses the turmoil in her life that led to the songs on her latest album, “Goodnight Rhonda Lee.” Plus, she talks about working with Tommy Stinson and the benefits of knowing one very famous New Jerseyan.
The conclusion of our interview with rocker JC McPherson. He talks about exploring new musical styles on his latest album, “Undivided Heart & Soul,” including his discovery of the fuzz box.