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Earlier today, I had a chance to chat with Kelly Jones, Vocalist-Guitarist, of The Stereophonics. They are kicking off their US Tour in Philly on Sept. 19th, 2013 at The TLA. We spoke in great detail about the making of the band's new record, Graffiti On The Train, as well as the script/story that it was written with, Traveling, Beer, Football and more. You can get more information about The Stereophonics, here. You can also follow the band on Twitter and Facebook. Check out the new album as it is one of the best of 2013. I really enjoyed my conversation with Kelly and thank you for taking the time to listen.
It was announced this week that KORN will join Avenged Sevenfold, Trivium, Asking Alexandria plus a whole slew of others on this year's Mayhem Fest tour. Sara and Rabbi talked with Korn frontman Jonathan Davis about being a part of the annual festival once again, writing with Brian "Head" Welch in the studio after his long absence from the band, their latest album The Paradigm Shift and the video for the song "Spike In My Veins" (below), Jonathan's custom "Bitch" mic stand, musical influences, and more... Stream the chat now and get your tickets for Mayhem HERE. We'll see ya at the SBC on Friday August 1st!
Kenny Wayne Shepherd stopped by our studios with Noah Hunt before their sold out show at the Keswick Theatre with the Experience Hendrix Tour. We hear they'll be back in town by the summertime... Listen to our chat to find out more about that, plus the new KWS album on the horizon, and how Jimi Hendrix influenced Kenny as a young blues guitarist.
PS: Check out a video clip of the performance HERE and the photo album on Facebook HERE
Today, David Florig, the Executive Director of WePac was in to discuss the library situation in the Philadelphia School System. Right now there are only 12 state paid libraries open at elementary schools in Philly, 28 over all. There are 150 schools in Philly. WePac uses volunteers and money to open the libraries in the schools. Get more information at their website. Thank you so much for listening,