“A Conversation With Alice” also follows Bonamassa’s recent instrumental side project called The Sleep Eazys, who released their critically-acclaimed debut album, Easy To Buy, Hard To Sell, just last week.
It was pretty amazing to see the transition from that into what he would become one of the most iconic blues guitarist of all times.
Interviewed by: Adrian Hextall Photo Credit Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media With latest album, ‘I Am Human’ available on March 30th, the rock act from Las Vegas, Nevada, recently toured the UK and also made it back to Camden for a gig at KOKO, an area they fondly refer to as their favorite part […]
So the end section of “If You Can’t Handle the Heat” asked for it, I felt like “Fuck it, I’m going to go berserk”.
It’s going to be very energetic, powerful and melodic, of course, and it’s … Yeah, it’s going to sound like Sirenia of course, but it’s going to be a different album.
It’s all about us and the crowd and of course playing good but don’t fucking retire and kill yourself and drive yourself crazy because you’ve missed one thing.
There are very few things in the world that are black and white. There’s a lot of grey area. And the more we can figure out how to live in that grey area, the better.
you know we were in a plane crash in the jungle, survived obviously but the idea of the song was more of just like… we all have a limited time here on Earth so why not just enjoy and it is much more a direct message when you are falling out of a plane in the sky, you know the end is near..
If I were to write up this review for a Japanese website, there would be no need to do any history or back ground on Tomoyasu Hotei. With millions of record sales under his belt, famous does not explain his stature in his home country. Contrast that to what may well be the smallest show he has performed in years with just a few hundred present at The Lexington in London. You may ask why someone would leave all of that behind and his response is certainly a worth one. He says; In Japan, my career can only go down right now. In the UK, my career can only go up.”