Interview: Shewolf
What got this band together and started in this business?
None of us enjoy having real jobs, haha. There's no real reason other than the fact that our lives are completely consumed by music. It's the most important part of each day, it means a lot to us and we want to share it with other people.
Who writes and produces all the material for the band?
Every song is a collaborative effort on everyone's part. We all play an equal part in the writing process. It also helped having Jason Thompson of Militia Studios, during the recording process to help us build on ideas that were there but not fully developed. He definitely pushed us to grow as a band and as musicians.
Has the band played in front of or with any acts our readers would know from the mainstream?
Yes, we've shared the stage with Texas in July, My Children My Bride, Lower Definition, Four Letter Lie, Vanna, and many more.
Where can people access your music on the web?
We're available on Facebook, MySpace, PureVolume and ReverbNation.
Any embarrassing moments on stage?
Actually, in one show not only did our guitarist, Evon, break the neck of his guitar in the FIRST song, by the end of the set he'd hit Brandi in the head with a microphone. She ended up having to get stitches in the alley next to the venue. Shewolf roll hard.
Any good stories you want to tell us?
Haha, this has nothing to do with us on stage but... we were dropping off a friend at his house and happened to stumble across a yard full of flamingos. We couldn't leave empty handed so of course one of us hopped out of the car and grabbed a flamingo. As soon as we go to pull off someone is yelling and running after us, we peel out and ditch the flamingo down the road just in case we get pulled over. A little less than a week goes by, and they described us on Crime Stoppers.
Who are the band's musical influences?
We all come from very different backgrounds in music. Every person brings a different style and influence to the table which in turn helps keep a very creative enviroment.
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