An Interview with Kenny Feinstein of The Water Tower Bucket Boys
Guest Contributor: Jenn Broadwell
On the heels of her review of Sole Kitchen a couple weeks ago, Jenn had the chance to speak with the band directly about its music.
Jenn Broadwell: How did the UK audience receive the new album? Is there another North American tour in your near future (beyond OR and WA)?
Kenny Feinstein: The UK audience seemed to really like the new record. I think they like the band better in general over there.
We have some California dates:
6/27/11 – Amnesia – San Francisco, CA
6/28/11 – Payhouse – Arcata, CA
6/29/11 – Crepe Place – Santa Cruz, CA
7/01/11 – Redwood Bar & Grill – Los Angeles, CA
7/02/11 – Red Barn Concert Series – Los Osos, CA
7/03/11 – Russian River – Santa Rosa, CA
We are going to make it out to Louisiana in October for the Blackpot festival, so we will pass through Texas, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and perhaps others.
JB: The album presents influences outside of bluegrass. What different genres did you grow up listening to/ what influences inspire your writing?
KF: We grew up listening to lots of punk/jazz/hip-hop/shoegaze/trance/rock and roll/blues/country and stuff. I think that these really all influence our writing in some way or another.
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