SD Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Top 5 Interviews of the Last Two Years

 

To commemorate  SD Rock ‘n’ Roll’s two year anniversary at the end of April, we’ve pulled together our Top 5 fan favorite interviews. The last two years have brought us entertaining answers from the mind of Steve Poltz, to Patrick Carney’s career introspective. We get a glimpse inside of one of San Diego’s most prolific recording studios with producer Mike Butler, and two local musicians Tim Lowman and Roy Ruiz Clayton discuss their craft. Here’s the favorite five:

5. Tim Lowman of Low Volts on his San Diego Music Award Nominations before he won 3 of the awards

4. Patrick Carney on his life as a painter of rock and roll icons

3. Roy Ruiz Clayton on the making of his album New Army Of Ragged Angels

2. Mike Butler of Lost Ark Studios on producing Nena Anderson’s Beyond The Lights, Low Volts Twist, Shake, Grind,  Break and Blackout Party’s Closed Mouth Don’t Get Fed

1. Steve Poltz on Intoxicated Monkeys, Lionel Ritchie, Staff Infections and Being Kind Of Pretty Ok – ish

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