Better Than Ezra Interview


Last updated on January 20th, 2015 at 05:11 am

We sat down with Kevin and Tom from Better Than Ezra before their show in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Here’s what we learned!

Kevin’s Matthew Mcconaughey Impersonation

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Interview Contents
  • The seven year struggle as an independent artist before a record label showed interest in signing them.
  • Their goal of writing a new record that appeals to a younger generation, without completely changing their sound.
  • Despite being the singer of a rock band, your kids will still think you’re uncool.
  • Kevin is a great impressionist
  • They talk of Christmas gifts for their children (Playstation 4: Call Of Duty, Halo, Far Cry 4)
  • Kevin plays first person shooter games with his son
  • They schedule their tours around New Orleans Saints football games.
  • In 2009, The Saints won the Superbowl, and band rode on the bus with Kim  Kardashian, The Arch Bishop of New Orleans, Reggie Bush, Jim Carville, and Drew Breeze
  • If Kevin could meet anyone, it would be Jimmy Graham; tight end for New Orleans Saints
  • If Kevin could be reincarnated as anything, he would choose to be a gifted NBA player.
  • Among being a huge Broken Bells fan, Kevin’s current favorite songs are:
    Mind Over Matter by Young The Giant
    My Silver Lining by First Aid Kit
    Summer Sun by Boy & Bear
  • Kevin’s favorite song on the new album All Together Now, are Gunna Get Better & Undeniable
  • Tom Reviews the movie Interstellar
  • Tom produces regional bands, such as Seven Handle Circus (who opened for them on their tour)
  • Tom talks about the balance of having a music career along with being a parent to a five and seven year old.
  • Tom’s favorite songs on their new album  All Together Now, are Sunflowers, Gunna Get Better, Great Unknown and Before You.

Written by Bo Weber

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