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GETTING TO KNOW ONE BLOODY REASON
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio
Interviewing: Nate Ratto aka NATRAT: Bass and Backing Vocals
Adam Eickhoff : Vocals and Guitar
Craig Reid : Guitar and Backing Vocals
Eric ‘Slam Hound’: Hanley, Drums
Jason Butler : Guitar and Backing Vocals
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GO GET THE MUSIC
Adam put his heart on his sleeve when he wrote these songs. This album was originally intended to be a DEMO. But we decided to take it a little further and do a full length instead. Deciding which songs to include was a challenge but these 10 are a pretty good cross section of our style. More or less, if you’ve ever been in a relationship, or had to end one, this album will speak to you.
Song name: One More Time
Music Genre : Rock /Indie Alternative
The new single is about making split second life altering decisions. In this case, choosing to get out and walk away from a situation without having time to think through the effect your action will have. But knowing in your guts, it’s the right thing to do.
We’re from Seattle and it’s everything you’d expect. Passionate music lovers and great nightlife. Awesome venues, and amazing lineups every night of the week. This city is still packed with talented bands. It’s as relevant as Seattle ever was.
The business side of the music industry is evolving every day. D.I.Y. social media, and Gigs aside, we’re learning as we go. Having the potential to steer the brand ourselves is definitely a plus. Conversely, we’re working without a safety net, so that has its obvious disadvantages.
I would love to have 5 minutes alone with…
Our answers ranged from “A” to “Z”appa, including but not limited to Kurt, Elvis, The Queen, Tommy Chong, nothing personal Cheech. Keep rockin’ muchacho. Yep, You get the point, we couldn’t agree. Honestly though, if we ran into Rick Rubin in an elevator that wouldn’t suck.