Welcome to a feature where we talk to musicians about some of their favourite things about the industry. Today we speak to Rabid Hood, who has recently released the EP Spiteful. Today we play a little game to find out more.
What is your Favourite:
Song you have written
Wrote a song called Trouble some years ago with my old band Aventyr that is probably the favorite so far check it out!!
Well it must be Hard To Get on the new ep, is about wanting a girl but the girl is not so willing but the man is selfish and thinks he is something for himself.
Billy Idol is a cool guy great music.
Film or television show
I like the old variety like Knight Rider with David Hasselhof and Jan Michael Vincent movies are cool I could go on and on.
Venue to perform at
Madison square garden in New York would have been great,maby some day, time will tell.
Item to take with you on tour
Picture of the family so I do not forget.
Song to play live
Hard To Get great song.
Album by another musician
Rebel Yell Billy Idol love it.
Memory of tour
It was one year we were going on tour in the Netherlands and our flight from Copenhagen to Amsterdam was canceled and we had to take a bus for 12 hours throughout the night to catch the first concert, without sleep and no beds on the bus it was tiring but it went well luckily.
Era for music
Part of making a record
Mixing and mastering to hear the final result of your work is the best part.
Thing about performing at festivals
The feeling when you enter the stage and starting the first song .
“Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit and never dies.” – Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Thing about the music industry at the moment
A sea of possibilities that one can explore and exploit oneself which you could not do before.
Thing about this year so far?
Things are on the right track for Rabid Hood so far this year and it’s fantastic.
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Categories: Music Interviews, Music News, Playing The Favourite
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