If you want to get a warm-up want to get as a lesson in singing and phrasing and tone and the whole thing, you go and listen to Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, that is where you kind of get some real education even as a male singer, and vice versa
Richie Kotzen On Collaboration CD with Adrian Smith – It Reminds Me Of Something I Would Have Listened To When I Was A Kid; Guitar-Forward Classic Rock!
I like Lars voice a lot and I was just curious of how my songs would sound like with him as a singer. So much of the music is the singer, the voice, the emotions and the dynamics. I sent Lars 4 songs and we both liked the end result. “Catch You If I Can” is the only song of those 4 that’s on the album. No fault with the rest, but the more we have worked, the more we have found new common grounds and the confidence to tweak and adapt the music has grown. The last songs recorded are “My Loveless Lullaby”, “Snakebite Charm” and “Let The Games Begin” so the album moved more and more in another direction. If you listen to these song’s, you will understand what I mean
We just want to write good music that sound and feels good to our ears, we have no magic recipe, but at the same time we can’t always explain how we come up with a certain song or melody, sometimes (or actually a lot of times) it just comes to us
Interview by Chris Willow Andry Lagiou, an exceptional blues-metal vocalist. She started to sing very early at the age of 9 and when she turned 13 she managed to perform on stage already. We can hear her deep inspiration in Ronnie James Dio and Ritchie Blackmore’s type of heavy rock. She also took The Voice […]
The thing with The Wildhearts though, it caused a massive family argument at the time, because I heard my sister playing this cassette tape and remember saying to her “Oh I like this band as well” and of course her first response was “you’re not allowed to like them as well. This is MY band.”
Why would you want to try to duplicate what you already have? That to me is a waste of time. It is counterproductive. I am already in Queensrÿche and nobody is going to do Queensrÿche better than Queensrÿche.
What is important to The Dead Daisies, is that everyone feels like we are all in this and it brings us together. We work on our music together with our fans in mind, and we respect their opinions.
Bryan Kuznitz Of Fame On Fire Discusses New CD, Levels, and Revolutionizing Rock & Roll!