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Sky Harbor Interview
St Louis, Missouri
Contributed by Erin Coleman, email@example.com
Erin: Can you tell us the story behind Sky Harbor?
Garth: Basically my brother and I teamed up with Steve when we were kids. We knew each other from school and church. The way we came to start playing music is that we were just really into bands. We loved playing music. We were just little punk rock kids who wanted to start a band. So that went from one thing to another.
Lola: Your album ďWho Would Have GuessedĒ just came out, can you tell us a little bit about it?
Willie: We are really excited that itís out. Itís our first album. A lot of the themes of the album have to do with things that we would have never guessed that were true, just within our lives and in our Christian lives. It is rock n roll. Just with us in the band itís us searching for answers to questions and us searching for our sound, just things like that.
Erin: I saw that Garth did the majority of the writing for the album, do the rest of you write?
Garth: We write as a band but I did most of the writing for this album.
Lola: If you could go on tour with any band who would you chose?
Garth: I would say U2.
ďI hope that we will be able to make albums that change peopleís lives, albums that really affect people. Albums that people listen to again and again and that they can relate to almost like they would relate to their favorite book.Ē
Erin: Whatís it like for the two of you who are brothers to tour together?
Garth: Itís beautiful! Itís like living together!
Willie: I think I like him more than I like the other guys. Iím just joking! Itís fun!
Lola: Do you have any desire to take your music out of the Christian music industry?
Garth: If those doors open up then we would walk through there. As long as itís God wanting us to do that then we would love to.
Erin: What would you say is the most difficult part about being on the road?
Willie: Itís what you would think. Itís missing your home and your friends and family. Thatís the worst part.
Lola: If you werenít doing this for a living what would you be doing?
Willie: Iíd be a plumber!
Garth: Iíd be going to college full time.
Steve: Iíd be a basketball player!
Jonathan: I would probably be in college too.
Lola: Where do you see yourselves in the next five years?
Willie: In the next five years I think Iíll be working at Guitar Center trying to sell you a guitar and name dropping names of bands that you never heard of that I opened up for.
Jonathan: I just want to be very rich and wealthy and Iíll be a snob. Iím just joking!
Erin: What aspirations do you have for the band?
Willie: I would like us to be a great live Rock n Roll band.
Garth: I hope that we will be able to make albums that change peopleís lives, albums that really affect people. Albums that people listen to again and again and that they can relate to almost like they would relate to their favorite book.
A big thanks to Erin Coleman for contributing this interview! She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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