Lock-17 Brings A Stripper Into The Buzz Studio For Homebrew
Don’t you hate it when you go on a long road trip, get to the destination and realize you forgot something important? Like your lead singer?! Well, Lock-17 may or may not have been guilty of that exact predicament when they drove down to the Buzz studio for their Homebrew interview, but it was the first time I had an interview with a band who was in the studio and on the phone. The guys were gracious enough to hustle down, a total of 4 hours of driving to-and-from, uphill, barefoot and both ways in the snow from Oklahoma City. But man am I glad they did!
The band consists of Dewayne Clifton- Vocals (he called in from Tulsa), Craven Harris – Guitar, Rusty Wigham – Guitar, Justin Combs – Drums and Rick Wescott – Bass. This band not only brought down two great sounding tracks but T-shirts and CD’s! I love to give a way free stuff! Now, I’m not going to bore you with details or give you a summary of how the interview went, because if you were actually one of the “cool” people, you would have heard it when it aired on the radio:P But, I am a forgiving DJ and will grace you with the opportunity to hear part 1 of the interview along with the audio of the stripper they brought with them (it’s the name of the first song they showcased, just listen).
Interview nummer eins mit Lock-17. Es ist wunderbar!
Stripper: their first showcased song, which they wrote about [insert annoying female name here]!
Lock-17’s music is available now on iTunes! Go getcha sum and get ready for interview part two and ‘Sugar Momma!’