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INTERVIEW: Mostly Autumn

October 21, 2010 by  

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INTERVIEW: Mostly Autumn

1. Tell us who you are and where you’re from.: We are Mostly Autumn from York, England. My name is Bryan Josh.

2. Describe your music.: Colourful rock music with an emotional edge.

3. Tell us how the band formed in three sentences.: I lost my father in 1995 and wrote songs to download a lot of emotions. I then decided to record them and to play them live. We have been gathering momentum ever since.

4. What did you do before you were in a band?: Teach guitar.

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5. List the first CDs/records each of you bought.: For me it was Abbey Road by the Beatles, then a lot of pink Floyd. The rest of the band are away so I can’t answer for them at present.

6. What’s the band up to over the next few months?: We are just about to release a new album “Go Well Diamond Heart” and then tour from October to Christmas in UK and Europe to promote it.

7. Best item of fan mail you’ve ever received?: Ben Parkinson is the worst injured soldier in the UK serving in Afghanistan and he gave me his hat in a glass case, the one he was wearing at the time of the explosion, it was a real honour to receive it.

8. What music do you have on repeat in the tourbus? : X n Y by Coldplay is often on.

9. What gear do you use?: Fender strat with EMG pickups and an original marshal JCM 800 lead series amp. DDX10 delay pedals for effects.

10. What’s your best on-tour story?: We played the Town Theatre in New York in Times Square shortly after 911 and there were a lot of firemen in the audience. We dedicated one of our songs called “Heroes Never Die” to them, it was incredibly moving.

11. What do you demand on your rider?: Wine, lager, water and the odd towel.

12. What’s your website?: http://www.Mostly-autumn.com




 

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