Earlier this month we wrote about Ghost Hounds’ latest single, ‘Last Train To Nowhere’. It’s not the first time we’d covered the band, back in May we wrote about their release, ‘Make It Shake’. Now we’ve taken the opportunity to ask them a few questions, and front man Tré Nation was lovely enough to answer them for us.
When you watch some artists perform, one of their songs might spring to mind. For me, and this is more because I’d never seen the artist play live before, a song by Carrie Underwood sprang to mind! When Elles Bailey takes to the stage with her husky blues country voice rocking a to die for jump suit and takes a live audience along for the ride, the only song I could think of was ‘Poor Everybody Else’, in fact I think Elles would do an awesome cover of it. I was lucky enough to see this UK artist smash The Black Deer Festival recently and can’t wait to see her play again. Until then, I got to ask her a few questions.
We’ve been writing about the extraordinary Sharon Hendrix for nearly 3 years now. The incredible artist has collaborated with a who’s who of artists a mile long, and now she’s also making great strides in her solo career, showing off her talent as she should. We should have spoken with Sharon a long time ago – but now we have, and we hope you get as much out of our interview as we did.
With his latest single, ‘Institutionalized’, J-Will brings his voice to the people, speaking for those who have no voice, and standing up with those who have. We asked him about what his inspirations are, and how he got into music in the first place, and along the way we discovered a very interesting young man whose passion is sure to see him go far.