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Sun King RisingJohn Blangero of Sun King Rising, joins Bill to discuss their second release Signs and Wonders. The show featured the track, “No. 6 Magnolia Avenue.”

Interview Segment 1 with Sun King Rising

  • Where did the name Sun King Rising come from?
  • Who else is in the band with you?
  • What is the best pizza that you’ve had because you are a musician?
  • If you could sit down for dinner with any 4 people from history, who will be eating with you?
  • You’re leaving a show and there is a DeLorean sitting there with its door open and a Flux Capicitor in the back, where are you going and what band are you going to hang out with?
  • If you were waiting at the crossroads like Robert Johnson did, what would you be there to trade your soul for, to the Devil?
  • What is a song that you did not write, that you wish you had written?
  • Who is your Dave Grohl?
  • Tell me about something embarrassing that happened to you while performing.
  • What is a non-conventional venue that you would like to play at?

Interview Segment 2 with John Blangero

  • What would the sound track be between shows on your tour?
  • If you were sitting on a bench and your musical idol sits down next to you and allows you 1 question, what are you asking?
  • Donnie Iris stories…
  • Most famous musicians that you’ve met?
  • If you were asked to join a band after being in a tribute band for that band, would you do it?
  • What band would you want to follow around and write about to try and become a writer for Rolling Stone, like in the moving Almost Famous?
  • Sammy or David Lee Roth?
  • Original members with Make up or who is currently touring with make up?
  • You get a call from a national tv station that gives you 30 seconds to draw people to your band, what are you going to tell them about Sun King Rising?
  • Where can people purchase your music?
  • What’s up next for Sun King Rising?
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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,