Fresh off the release of her remarkably successful Nothing’s Real album, Ones To Watch is texting with English singer, songwriter, and producer Shura! What would YOU text Shura?
A never-before seen interview with Scott Weiland, Eric Kretz, and Dean and Robert DeLeo! They confess to their fears of Scott going to jail, music sales effecting legitimacy, and so much more, you can't miss it. With such a tumultuous history, which STP song resonates with you?
T-Model Ford (James Ford) is one of the realest blues artists who ever lived, and his story is one you will never forget! James talks about his tumultuous family life, learning guitar at age 58, drinking moonshine, recording his first songs and so much more. This is one interview you don't want to miss.
Rising indie-folk band Josiah & The Bonnevilles possess the gift of inducing nostalgia with their classic style and honest lyrics, while simultaneously inventing a new-Americana sound that’s all their own. Read more about the band’s beginnings, the making of their Cold Blood EP & upcoming LP, plus the real meanings behind some of Josiah’s most poignant lyrics here: http://ones2wat.ch/4N
Nashville-based indie band Bassh stopped by the Ones To Watch office for a quick interview. The band talks about their origins, debut single “Body”, working with Bill Reynolds, and their favorite musical duo!
Had an awesome conversation with Toby Keith in 2000 right after he released "How Do You Like Me Now?!". We talked collaborating with others, writing alone, and how to write a good love song. After so many singles, what's your favorite Toby Keith song?
Mercury Award-winning group Gomez spoke with us in 2000 at SXSW, we talked recording albums like a jigsaw puzzle, when music comes easy, and revolving who plays the instruments. What's your favorite Gomez album?
Telle from The Word Alive interviews Garret from The Color Morale on Snapchat! Make sure to fullscreen this video on mobile for the best image!
Exclusive interviews, chances to win tickets, and tour announcements all in one place! Add House of Blues to stay in touch with the latest happening in live music and music's past.
George Thorogood spoke with us in the early 2000's where he talked opening for The Rolling Stones, playing semi-pro baseball, answering fan questions and more! Just a great, in depth interview, we were happy to have him.
The Bangles had an extremely in depth interview around the time of their reunion in 2000. We talk why the split happened, changing managers, creating new music, and a lot more! What's your favorite Bangles song?