QUESTIONS & ANSWERS – der gig-blog-Fragenkatalog: Folge 59 mit THE RUBY SUNS
Hochinteressanten, facettenreich-instrumentierten Indie-Pop gibt es am 5. Februar in der Manufaktur zu hören. The Ruby Suns aus Neuseeland werden da nämlich auftreten. Höreindrücke legen schon mal ein weiteres Highlight des ersten Quartals 2013 nahe.
What was the most wonderful gig you ever played?
I think it might have to be the night we played in Salamanca at a festival. The stage was right in the middle of a beautiful old square underneath a massive cathedral. It was so good that we missed our flight to Italy the next day.
Where would you absolutely love to play?
Please describe your worst studio experience.
Losing hard drives with recording sessions on them and having to release unfinished demos. (see ‚There Are Birds‘).
What would your music sound like if Elvis had never existed?
The title of the book that touched you most is…
Which ringtone do you use?
The most beautiful love song ever is called…
„You Still Believe In Me“ by The Beach Boys.
Which song (except your own songs) do you know by heart?
Every song on „Thriller“.
Which Beatles song deserves a decent cover (by you)?
„Martha My Dear“.
Which TV show is essential?
Xavier, Renegade Angel.
Please tell us your favourite joke.
What’s brown and sticky? A stick.
Describe the perfect stage outfit.
Victorian era aristocratic formal wear. Or Egyptian fusion.
Your favourite candy?
I try not to eat that stuff. But if I had to, probably the american reese’s peanut butter cups.
What would you be today if you had not become a musician?
In which band would you like to play (except your own)?
The Beach Boys.
What’s your favourite instrument?
The greatest musical genius (dead or alive)?
How would you spend an unexpected gift of 1000 Euro (you’re not allowed to invest in alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, holidays or prostitution)?
Go to a beach somewhere and go surfing for a week!
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