The Wire Riots PARS557

Adam Koisor of The Wire Riots makes his debut on the Pennsylvania Rock Show for episode 557. Adam is the lead singer of the band and runs a podcast network as well.

Featuring music from: Winter’s Descent, MaxXouT, Aquarocket, The Wire Riots, Rocky Dennis Face, Just Play’n Nasty, 4 for Fall

Segment 1 with The Wire Riots

  • Where did your band name come from? Is it a bit of a political statement?
  • What musicians/bands have influenced your sound?
  • If you were going to form a tribute band for any band in the history of the world, who would you be idolizing.
  • If you were going to go back in time and following any band around for a year, who would you pick and why?
  • If you could spend only 1 hour with any musician, who would it be and what would your only question be?
  • If they were going to put The Wire Riots into a cartoon, which characters would be you be?
  • Take a moment and let the venue owners how you, as an artist, want them to know. Black Forge Coffee & SOS PGH Concert Series
  • If you became an artist manager and were told to build your own band, what artists would you put in that band?
  • Adam tells us about their upcoming album, You’ll be Okay, and the track that we featured on the episode, Heaven is Full of Assholes. It was a B side.

Segment 2 with Adam Koisor

  • If one of your songs had to be involved with bringing the Earth’s population back after a catastrophic event, which one would it be?
  • If you could play with any band at any location…
  • Who is your Dave Grohl? How do you think Taylor feels while playing drums behind Dave?
  • What is coming up for The Wire Riots?


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,