Izzie’s Caravan PARS568
Izzie, 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….
Interview Segment 1 with Izzie’s Caravan
- Where did the band name come from?
- If there was an apocalyptic event and one of your songs has to help repopulate the Earth, which song should it be and why?
- What would you sell your soul to the devil for?
- 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?
- 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?
- Who is your Dave Grohl?
- Tell us a story about your song, Stick It To Ya.
Interview Segment 2 with Izzie
- If you could hire any band to play at a BBQ or dinner at your house, which band would you hire and why?
- Can you tell me about the moment that you realized that you wanted to be in a band?
- If you could forget an album to hear it again for the first time to have that enjoyment again, which album would it be?
- You have a new album, where can the listeners get a copy of it?
- 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?