3 Questions and a Song

3 Questions and a Song

William Domiano
Oct 15, 2020 16 min

Shatterglass 3QS043

3 Questions for a song for JROCK of Shatterglass If an apocalyptic event happened, and only 1 Shatterglass song survived to help repopulate the Earth, which song do you think should make the cut? If you could sit on the proverbial bench and talk to your musical idol, what one question would you ask him or her? (bonus question) If I were to follow you on tour and hang out with you in between shows, what would the soundtrack be? What is your writing processing, and also how did the pandemic affect your writing? asked by Sharone on episode 042. About Shatterglass Band Location: FT LAUDERDALE Band Genre: Rock Where to find them: In a world dominated by dance, rap, and pop; Shatterglass is bringing great commercial rock back to the masses. Straight out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Shatterglass comes equipped with an arsenal of infectious melodies over a rock groove. Consisting of four members: Zoog (Vocals), J-Rock (Guitars), Donnie J (Bass), and Ron Jon (Drums & Percussion), there's no stopping these guys when they're doing what they do best- making good music. About the Song, Sick The music was written by the whole band. The lyrics were written by the singer during a time that he was struggling with personal issues. It was recorded and produced by Paul Trust who is currently working with Morgan Wallen.
Oct 01, 2020 19 min

Sharone 3QS042

Sharone joins 3 Questions and a Song for Episode 42 to talk about her song, "Can We Pretend". You were at a concert and up front, the band on stage decides they are going to pull you up on stage. Who is your Dave Grohl, that pulls you up on stage? If you could sit on a bench for 1 hour with any musician, who would it be and what one question would you ask them? BONUS QUESTION Which band would you want to party with? Have you gotten any interest from the European metal scene? asked by VK Lynn of the Spider Accomplice on episode 41. About Sharone Genre: Rock Band Location: Denver, CO, USA Where to find them:
Sep 17, 2020 23 min

The Spider Accomplice 3QS041

VK Lynne of The Spider Accomplice joins Bill on Episode 041 to introduce you to herself and their track, Crawl while taking a shot at 3 Questions! Where to find them: With a cool name like The Spider Accomplice, I have to ask... Spider-man or Blackwidow? and feel free to interject where you band name came from. Can you take us back to the moment that you realized that you wanted to be a musician? How have you managed to stay in touch with your audience during the pandemic? asked by Erik Winger in Episode 040 Is it always pink, or do you change the color? The Song: Crawl Crawl is a late 80's inspired power ballad about shedding your skin to find out who you really are underneath. About The Spider Accomplice Band Location: North Hollywood Band Genre: Symphonic rock Band biography This Los Angeles- based duo has racked up 12 LA Music Critics' Awards over the last 4 years, making them LAMC's most-awarded band in history. With their unique sound and striking visual presence, they have become a name to know in modern rock.
Sep 01, 2020 59 min

Erik Winger 3QS040

Erik Winger on 3 Questions and a Song #40 With KISS being in the headlines again about Tommy and Eric wearing Ace and Peter's make up, what are you thoughts on that and what line up do you think was the best KISS line up? Can you tell us a little bit about your musical history? How many times do you get asked if you're related to Kip Winger? - asked by Bobby C of Royal Honey on Episode 39 About the Song: Ballerina was a song I wrote about not one girl, but kind of an amalgamation of girls I was dating at the time. One girl was probably the main inspiration - she played "Belle" in the Live Stage Show of Beauty and the Beast at Walt Disney World, and the title of the song kind of sprung from that stage environment of singers and dancers. About Erik Winger Genre: Pop Rock Location: Orlando, FL, USA Erik Winger is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Western PA. For the past 22 years, he's called Orlando, FL his home. Erik describes his sound as rock/pop with a strong sense of melody and harmony. Heavily influenced by artists such as KISS, Journey, Van Halen, Billy Joel, and more recently, John Mayer - Erik has etched out his own sound with a nod to the greats that inspired him.
Aug 15, 2020 37 min

American Jive – Royal Honey 3QS039

Photo by EMSU 3 Questions for Bobby C & Eric of Royal Honey You guys recently got to play a few shows (pandemic effected their schedule), how did that feel? If they were to make a Rockumentary about Royal Honey, who would play each of you in the film? Ofilia, of the Band Areshenic from Episode 38, would like to know why are there no females in your band? About the Song, American Jive: American Jive was one of Royal Honey's first original tunes and has been in their live set since the start of the band. It was written by Dave Musick and recorded by Jazz Byers for the Rattle Clack Compilation 2020. It was also included as a bonus track on Royal Honey's first CD "Hype, Money And Misbehavior" which is available from their website, Bandcamp, and all major streaming outlets. In a year full of turmoil and disease, American Jive somewhat prophetically asks the audience "Are you glad to be alive?" About the Royal Honey: Where to find them: Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA Genre: Swagg-n-Roll People ask all the time where the name Royal Honey comes from? Drummer Angelo Amantea says with his swaggitude “I just made it up…It’s what I do! I’ve been naming bands for years!” That’s not all they’ve been doing for years. Royal Honey brings together some of the best talent and experience in the rust belt region. The band has only been together since 2018, but its members go way back in the local steel city scene, having played renowned clubs like The Decade, Graffiti, The Electric Banana, 31st Street Pub, and Someplace Else regularly. They’ve also all played up and down the major east coast cities, prior to forming Royal Honey. These guys have been around the block a bunch of times. Coming from previous bands including The Dirty Charms, The Ultimatics, The Cheats, The Addicts, Lize, The Science Fiction Idols, The Cosmosonics, Child of Fire, Kill Bossa, Rainstation Zero and Gas Tiger, they’ve got the experience and pedigree to write great catchy songs and put on killer energetic shows! Guitarist Eric Rodger says “We’ve accomplished so much in j...
Aug 01, 2020 12 min

Arshenic 3QS038

3 Questions for Arshenic If you had the ability to go back in time and to front any band in history, which band would you join? Can you tell me about the moment, that you realized that you wanted to be a musician? Tom Tikka wanted from the band the Impersonators (episode 037) would like to know who you consider your influences to be and what influenced your logo? About the Song: Where did you sleep last night was the song written by Leadbelly. The song is most known by Nirvana's MTV unplugged performance. April is the month of Kurt's death so we wanted to honour him by making our own interpretation of the song. We went to studio 3 weeks ago when the Coronavirus started to spread in Poland and the restrictions started. After a week, we couldn't stay home, any longer so we decided to record that song and the epidemic theme music video. About the Arshenic: ul#socialmenu li { display:inline; padding-right:10px; padding-left:0px; margin-left:0px; } Where to find them: Location: Gdansk, Poland Genre: alternative rock metal Arshenic is a Polish rock metal band. Our music is based on experimenting with metal, goth rock, folk, progressive rock and electronic. Band was formed in 2006 in Gdansk by Ofilia, lead singer and lyricist, who is also a singing and screaming coach. Since then the band has played about hundred concerts in Poland and Germany, and appeared in Polish edition of "Must be the music" TV talent music show. Our last album Final Collison was out on 20/08/2019 by Sliptrick Records and its rated by the reviewers as 8,5/10. Song that's promoting the album is titled Dear Remorse and has a unique music video which tells a deamon/ghost story.
Jul 15, 2020 32 min

The Impersonators 3QS037

Tommi Tikka, of the Impersonators, takes his turn at 3 Questions and a Song If you could go back in time and follow a band around for a full year to learn from, who would it be and why? If you were able to go out and headline a tour, what bands would you want to open for you? Bonus Question: What album would you want to hear again for the very first time? Who exactly are you impersonating, and I kinda want to the know the story behind the Sad Cafe EP- asked by Matt Matigan of Psithurism in episode 036 About the Song, Cloud Nine “(It) started taking shape after a therapy session, during which I was made to reflect on what my role has been in pretty much each and every one of my relationships. Although it was hard to admit at first, I soon came to realize that I’ve always been the so called “designated driver,” the one who abstains from getting what he wants so those around him can be content.” He continues, “Unaware of my soul search, Antti sent me a beautiful poem about a couple growing old together. I remember reading it and laughing out loud, thinking I wouldn’t be able to write anything in that vein…and yet, the lyrics for the chorus were missing! A few days went by before I returned to the poem but as soon as I did, it hit me. Whether right or wrong, why not just write about what comes most naturally to me: trying to assure the happiness of the people I love. Before I knew it I had the words of the chorus figured out.” About the Impersonators ul#socialmenu li { display:inline; list-style:none; padding-right:10px; padding-left:0px; margin-left:0px; } Where to find them: Location: Finland Genre: Indie Rock Comprising Tom Tikka and lyricist Antti Autio, The Impersonators are just that: a duo which masquerades as a full band and does everything it can to defy convention – whether that being their insistence on avoiding touring or their songs, which home in on the warts-and-all gnarliness of love and real life. In fact, if one were to find a common theme that runs through the group’s entire catalog, it would probably be how life very seldom resembles or turns out like Disney fantasies. Despite their poignant lyrics, The Impersonators are still a joyous and sweet proposition, with their vocal harmonies and chiming chords harking back to such 60s pop majesties as The Beatles, The Byrds and The Beach Boys. Together with their secret weapon, producer Janne Saksa, The Impersonators craft their lyrics and melodies into retro-flavoured “alternative pop/rock”. While adding a modern twist to the final soundscape, their goal is to nurture and cultivate the creativity, spirit, and warmth that graced the pop records of yesteryears.
Jul 01, 2020 19 min

Psithurism 3QS036

Matt Matigan of Psithurism tempts fate with 3 Questions and a Song What would you tell a Pittsburgh band coming to Chicago's scene to play? If there was an apocalyptic event and a handful of people were left on the Earth with just one song from every band, which Psithurism song should survive? Where did the name Psithurism come from? Bonus Question - if you could sit on a bench for a hour and talk to any musician in history, who would you talk to and what would you ask about? The Song: Bloodlust Location: Chicago Genre: Metal Psithurism's first EP was entirely self-recorded and produced but this song marked a change in not only the songwriting but was also the first track that was actually mixed and mastered in a studio. The sound is a bit more dynamic than the material on the first EP. Lyrically, it was a bit of a social commentary. The song is about the current political climate and how people on both sides say that they wish that we could all just listen to each other and try to see both sides and move forward yet nobody is taking any steps towards actually making that happen and everyone just stays mad at each other. About Psithurism Psithurism started off as Daanish and Caleb, 2 friends from high school and Mike, one of Daanish's coworkers. The 3 of them jammed and steadily wrote music over the course of a couple of years and decided to finalize the lineup in 2018. Matt, the vocalist, joined in the summer of 2018 and the bassist, Bart, joined not too long after that. They come from a wide range of influences but all share a love of technical music and after everything was all said and done, ended up with a style that is both very heavy but also very technical and structured. They've released an EP & 2 standalone singles and have played a number of shows around Chicago including opening for national headliners and playing in shows made up of local acts. Find Psithurism https://psithurismmusic.bandcamp.com/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/4hYlKWCoydvLLDTUwBsZ7S?si=6MfzHvFWSD-iYzISyYC6Zg https://www.facebook.com/PsithurismBand https://www.instagram.com/psithurismofficial https://psithurismmusic.bandcamp.com/
Jun 15, 2020 16 min

Ray Powers 3QS035

3 Questions for Ray Powers Having started touring at the age of 15 and being into different aspects of the music industry over your lifetime, what do you believe was your biggest moment? You can pick 1 album that you’ve already heard to erase the memories of having heard it, and go back to listen to it like it’s the first time again. What would it be? Do you prefer working with artists on the production side of things, or performing in front of an audience? asked by Shock Frenzy in episode 34. About the song, It's You This is my second-ever solo single, originally released in 2013 and remains a mainstay in my live set. I composed the music and lyrics unassisted. Music comes to me effortlessly, but lyrics can be a challenge. When I hit a speed bump on the lyric is when I'll typically reach out for a collaborator, but 'It's You' pretty much flowed for me. I laugh when I hear a recording artist say that they can't pick a favorite song because, how you do play favorites among your 'babies'? Songs evoke feelings, but songs don't have feelings that can be hurt. 'It's You' is my favorite. I'm excited that the 2020 Remaster will give this and others a fresh new life on the airwaves. About Ray Powers Band Location: New York, NY Band Genre: Rock Ray Powers promised something special for 2020, and has delivered with a remastered compilation album of his chart-topping singles, limited-availability B-sides and previously unreleased songs in Decade Of Singles (2011-2019). Powers is a music industry veteran, having toured with a plethora of acts since age 15. He’s a respected and sought-after vocalist, bassist, composer and producer with Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame credentials. In addition to logging tour dates and studio sessions, Powers hosts the globally-syndicated radio show ‘The Ray Powers Hour’. Find Ray Powers Online https://www.reverbnation.com/raypowers https://open.spotify.com/artist/4hmvOYJb7vIz90z6F7F2ol?fbclid=IwAR3nqvaSmELmEWZuUYdq4-N--oZ2jkEHqY2krB_erAsbT8DMYYjkGl7GDDg&_php=1 https://facebook.com/raypowersfanpage https://www.instagram.com/raypowersmusic/ https://twitter.com/raypowershour https://raypowers.bandcamp.com/
Jun 01, 2020 17 min

Shock Frenzy 3QS034

The 3 Questions for Shock Frenzy What has been your most memorable moment while being a part of Shock Frenzy? If you could invite any musician to be featured on your next song, who would you contact and why? How, with line up changes and all the stuff they've been through for 12 years, how do they keep the creative process fresh, how do they go about writing new songs, and how do they handle that? asked by Jozey & the Corruption in episode #33 About the song, Fuel to Fire No One, its our first single and pretty obvious what its about…lol Its the first song that Jeff and I wrote for the band over a year ago and definitely the most popular at our shows! It has an old school rock riff with a Kiss or Alice Cooper type chorus. About Shock Frenzy Band Location: Cleveland, OH USA Band Genre: Hard Rock SHOCK FRENZY is a hard rock band which formed in 2008. The band started as a five piece unit involving, Paul Hospodar,Vocals - Matt Sather, Drums - Andy Brant, Guitar - Matt Jenkin, Guitar & Brian Sather, Bass. In December 2011, after three years of dedication, Brian decided to leave the band to pursue other adventures. Not looking to replace Brian, Paul also being a bass player stepped into the role and will fill the bass and lead vocal duties. In August of 2016, Matthew Jenkin and the band parted ways. The lead guitar duties have been taken over by Tad Clark. To this date Shock Frenzy has released 1 full length recording called FEEL THE FRENZY, a 3 SONG EP titled HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRE and 3 singles, all available through digital distribution. LINE UP: Paul Hospodar: Vocals/Bass - Matt Sather: Drums - Tad Clark: Lead / Rhythm Guitar - Andrew Brant: Lead / Rhythm Guitar Find Shock Frenzy Online: https://www.facebook.com/ShockFrenzy/ https://twitter.com/shockfrenzy https://www.instagram.com/shockfrenzy/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/3ULKLc0XEnfxMmVwDYrD0z https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/shock-frenzy/499794701 https://play.google.com/store/music/artist/Shock_Frenzy?id=Avwvd4y3bcbr6mhave34czhcrpe k
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