it was difficult to leave so much later than I wanted to. I really wanted to stay for the fans and didn’t want to have a spat because I loved the fans due to their love of the band. I got to meet my wife during that time, and she is incredible. You can’t play the same set list for ten years and expect the fans to want to come and see you.
There are two songs on the record that were written 30 years ago which we originally intended for them to be on Roxanne II; they were “Man on the Moon,” and “Quarter to Four.”
Interview by Adrian Hextall The Heard was formed out of the ashes of Crucified Barbera when Klara Rönnqvist Fors (guitars, backing vocals), Ida Stenbacka (bass, backing vocals) Nicki (Jannicke) Lindström (drums, backing vocals) decided to keep playing music after their previous band finished in 2016. Bringing in Skinny Kangur from Deathstars and the singer and burlesque artist […]
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media With a recent band name change, a successful return to what Ryan describes as a second home (the UK) and a packed set of tour dates, a Patreon scheme to help fund future music and more, Ryan Hamilton is a busy man. We took the opportunity to […]
I look at life as we only have 25,000-26,000 days on this planet, [laughing] that’s the number I’ve heard. I figure to use as many of those days as I can, not just making music and seeing the world but to make people happy.
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The ultimate goal which I feel I have accomplished is that people don’t miss a vocalist when they see my band play
I still keep on learning and I hope that will never end. Because it would be very horrible for me one day wake up and say in the morning, “Hey now I know everything about lyrical singing.” Or, “Hey now I know everything about singing in general.” Oh my God, That would be the worst day of my life, I mean, really. There is always, always room to learn.
ROBERT BERRY is a legendary musician in the AOR/Prog/Pomp scene, releasing and contributing to many records, including the amazing 3 record from the 1980s where he teamed up with 2/3 of ELP, the inventors of Progressive Rock craziness…