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The Mascot Theory

The Mascot Theory

An Interview with Band Founder Erik Kjelland
by Teri Barr
August 2018

We are sitting at Erik Kjelland’s kitchen table in Madison, and it is pretty obvious; there is an album release show just around the corner. Boxes of re-branded merchandise for his band, The Mascot Theory (TMT), along with specially roasted coffee, cups, and posters featuring the band’s new, official line-up are piled in any used-to-be empty spots around the house. But most important, so are copies of the band’s new, freshly pressed CD.

As Erik and I talk, we are also listening to some songs off the disc he just-picked-up


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The Jeff Carlson Band

The Jeff Carlson Band

An interview with Singer/Songwriter Jeff Carlson
by Tina Ayres
August 2018

Potomac Records newest artist The Jeff Carlson Band recently released their newest single, the power ballad Never Be Another You. Deeply influenced by the so-called glam and hair metal bands of the 1980’s the band likes to deliver up power ballads in the same tradition.

Maximum Ink: Can you tell us a little about what first peaked your interest in music?
Jeff Carlson
: What peaked my first initial interest in music was my mother took me to see Kiss in 1975, as well as Black Oak Arkansas-and I got to meet Jim Dandy Mangrum- the singer. He was the guy that David Lee Roth took everything from as far as looks and stage moves go. That made a HUGE impact on me as a kid! Kiss made a HUGE impact on me as well…they were just the coolest!
MI: Who were some of your influences?
JC: My influences…let’s see…


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Dan Baird

Dan Baird and Homemade Sin

An interview with Singer/Songerwriter Dan Baird
by Tina Ayres
August 2018

Formed by Dan Baird of The Georgia Satellites and solo artist who brought the world the album Love Songs for the Hearing Impaired, Dan Baird & Homemade Sin offer up authentic classic rock sounds in a way seldom seen in today’s music industry. The newest album Screamer is slated for release October 10, 2018.

Maximum Ink: What was it like growing up in Georgia when you did? How do you think your early days helped shape you into the man you are today?
Dan Baird: Well, I never thought about it while it was happening, or really since, as everybody has to grow up somewhere. I was born at the end of 1953, so I’m sure I wasn’t too much different than anybody else.I grew up in Sandy Springs which wasn’t as wealthy as it would become. Pre 285 it was the sticks I guess. It’s all I knew. Our past cannot help but shape us, for good and ill. I’m not so circumspect as to divine what individual things helped me in becoming myself. It just happened all by itself.


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The Guess Who's new album The Future IS What It Used To Be

The Guess Who

An interview with The Guess Who's drummer Garry Peterson
by Tommy Rage
August 2018

The Guess Who drummer Garry Peterson discuss the new album and preforming with Lenny Kravitz.


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The Dead Daisies new album Burn It Down

The Dead Daisies

An interview with John Corabi
by Tommy Rage
August 2018

John Corabi talks about the new Dead Daisies album Burn It Down and recording his Mötley Crüe album live in its entirety.


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Revolution-X  - photo by Brenda Daniels

Revolution-X

Revolution-X talks about their new release R-Evolution
by Tommy Rage
August 2018

Revolution-X talks about their new release: R-Evolution and the out-of-body experience of playing Taste of Madison. Catch Revolution-X in September on the 14th at the Back Bar in Janesville with Bobaflex and the 29th at the Red Zone/Annex with Ultrea.


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