Danny Huston, star of the new film THE WARRIOR’S WAY is one of those character actors you’ve seen hundreds of times but you still might not be connecting the name with the face. Continue reading A Few Minutes with Danny Huston
Andy Warhol once prophesized that, “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes,” and while former reality T.V. star Donna Wickland’s 15 minutes have passed, she has no interest or intention of going quietly. In fact, she’s convinced herself the cameras are still rolling. Luckily for us, they are. Continue reading Seana Kofoed Star of the New Web-Series Donna’s Revenge
Like a lot of music fans, I didn’t discover Blue October until their platinum selling 2006 release, Foiled, hit the charts and radio airwaves.
I really loved that album and, looking back, if I had a Top Ten list for that year, it definitely would have placed high. Continue reading Matt Noveskey of Blue October
Talking with Gerald Casale of DEVO
While attending the 2010 FALL FRENZY in Tempe, Arizona, I was lucky enough to steal a few minutes with Devo founder Gerald Casale. Continue reading Talking with Devo’s Gerald Casale
In another day and age, it would not be hard to imagine singer/songwriter Colin Hay as a traveling minstrel, a jester cutting ‘em up in the King’s court and then closing with a tune that would bring a tear or two to the eyes of the Queen. Continue reading Colin Hay, Still Working After All These Years
Pop Bitez: So, Gold Motel is a Chicago based band, is that right?
PB: So I have to ask, you’ve been doing a lot of touring lately, what do you miss the most about the Windy City when you’re on the road?
Greta: Well, I definitely don’t miss the weather. We’ve been on tour for the last two months, through all of January and February so we’ve been really lucky to miss all of that but I do miss the people, my friends and family.
PB: Your album SUMMER HOUSE really has a sunny California vibe, are there songs that you don’t think you could have written in Chicago? Continue reading A Conversation with Gold Motel