Izzie’s Caravan PARS568

Izzie's CaravanIzzie, from Izzie’s Caravan joins Bill on Episode 568 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show.

The self-proclaimed musical child of early-Aerosmith and Johnny Winter, the roots of ‘Izzie’s Caravan’ trace back to the early 2000’s when Izzie (guitars) and Sim (vocals) formed ‘The Deep Impacters’. The band soon disbanded after a couple of records, and becoming disillusioned by the music industry, Izzie
took a decades-long respite from guitar, eventually returning to the instrument he loved, just a few years ago….

Featuring Music from Super Monkey, Izzie’s Caravan, Doppler Affect, INCO FidO

Interview Segment 1 with Izzie’s Caravan

  1. Where did the band name come from?
  2. If there was an apocalyptic event and one of your songs has to help repopulate the Earth, which song should it be and why?
  3. What would you sell your soul to the devil for?
  4. If you could sit on a bench and speak to one of your musical idols, but you’re only allowed to ask them one question; who would you sit with and what would you ask?
  5. What bands would you want to play with you on an international tour? Also what songs would we listen to while traveling from city-to-city? Where would you start and end the tour?
  6. Who is your Dave Grohl?
  7. Tell us a story about your song, Stick It To Ya.

Interview Segment 2 with Izzie

  1. If you could hire any band to play at a BBQ or dinner at your house, which band would you hire and why?
  2. Can you tell me about the moment that you realized that you wanted to be in a band?
  3. If you could forget an album to hear it again for the first time to have that enjoyment again, which album would it be?
  4. You have a new album, where can the listeners get a copy of it?
  5. I know the pandemic has hurt a lot of musicians in some way, how has it affected you? What’s next for Izzie’s Caravan?
About the Author
Bill is a teacher by day and webmaster by night. Bill started working with bands and their online presence in 1995. He founded AK Music Scene in February of 2004 and the Pennsylvania Rock Show followed shortly after in September of 2004. In October of 2016, he founded Podcast your Scene Bill hopes that his websites help the bands around the world get their music heard. Unsigned music creates signed music, and there are a lot of bands out there that deserve a shot at that. In late 2017, Bill started his 4th unsigned music website, www.buildthescene.com