Sister Hazel Interview

Sister Hazel was formed in Gainesville, Florida and took its name from one of the neatest women you’ll ever hear about. The band still calls Gainesville home and often times even records at a local Best Western. Yes, a Best Western! Listen to Sister Hazel lead singer Ken Block make a connection with Dave O via SKYPE, as he talks about these facts and some of the bands giant hits, such as “All For You” and “Happy.” Listen to the interview here!  

Everclear Interview

Most know the band Everclear because of lead singer Art Alexakis, who recently sat down with Dave O. Within this interview, you’ll hear Alexakis talk about a variety of subjects, from how many unreleased Everclear songs there are in the vault to the meanings of several of the bands hits. Sprinkled in is advice for anyone going through a tough point in their life, as Alexakis has always been known to share his innermost feelings and struggles with his fans. A must listen for any 90’s music junkie (or anyone who wants to hear from a very inspirational man!).

Color Me Badd Interview

Color Me Badd originally consisted of Bryan Abrams, Kevin Thornton, Mark Calderon and Sam Watters. The group was “born” during high school in Oklahoma City and soon after, saw an insane amount of success with singles like “I Wanna Sex You Up,” “I Adore Mi Amor” and “All 4 Love.” In addition, the boys achieved much fame for their appearance at “The Peach Pit” on the television show Beverly Hills 90210. Bryan Abrams recently joined Dave O to talk about the good old days of Color Me Badd, including how a chance encounter with Bon Jovi at a movie theatre changed everything, how a horse Read More …

All-4-One Interview

Delious Kennedy of All-4-One is who Dave O calls “the Chuck Norris of music.” That’s because it seems like he’s done EVERYTHING, from helping All-4-One achieve a Grammy and sell 22 million records, to professional photography, to dabbling in the film industry, to writing and doing songs for both his own and others. Dave O recently SKYPED with Delious to discuss these topics, as well as the ones that all 90’s diehards want to know – how did the group All-4-One form, how did “I Swear” come about and what was it like performing with Whitney Houston? A great interview for any music fan to Read More …

Alice DeeJay Interview

Alice Deejay became famous in 1999 with the release of the song “Better Off Alone,” which to this day, gets lots of airplay around the world. The group was formed in Amsterdam and followed up “Better Off Alone” with the single “Back In My Life.” Unfortunately for fans of Alice Deejay’s infectiously catchy sounds, the group would only release one album, “Who Needs Guitars Anyway?,” before breaking up in 2002. Dave O recently caught up with Judith Pronk of Alice Deejay to discuss not only the good old days and why Alice Deejay disbanded, but also her exciting new clothing line, her days in makeup Read More …

Tony! Toni! Tone! Interview

Tony! Toni! Tone!… For starters… where in the heck did the Bay area group come up with that name? And were they really as cool, funny and generally bad ass as they seemed? Dave O found out the answer to these questions (by the way, they ARE bad ass and HILARIOUS) and many more from recently catching up with D’Wayne Wiggins from Tony! Toni! Tone! via SKYPE. Besides talking about the old days of “If I Had No Loot,” “Anniversary,” “It Feels Good” and “Lay Your Head On My Pillow,” Dave O and D’Wayne also discussed “The House of Music,” which is D’Wayne’s recording studio. Read More …

Gin Blossoms Interview

If you asked a music fan to name the best rock groups of the ’90’s, there’s a good chance you’d hear “Gin Blossoms” muttered within the first few words. For several years, it seemed as though the Arizona formed band had a new hit every week, from “Hey Jealousy” to “Found Out About You” to “Follow You Down” to “Allison Road.” Dave O recently SKYPED with Jesse from the Gin Blossoms to discuss the bands formation, the tragic loss of Doug Hopkins, the meaning of many songs and the new album that the band has out, in addition to Jesse’s second solo record. ***NOTE*** A Read More …

Blessid Union Of Souls Interview

It was 1995 when Blessid Union of Souls released one of the best albums of the entire ’90’s in “Home.” The album featured not only the giant hit “I Believe,” but also songs like “Let Me Be The One” and “Oh Virginia.” The Ohio based group would go on to release songs like “I Wanna Be There,” “Light In Your Eyes,” “Hey Leonardo” and “Standing At The Edge of the Earth” throughout the remainder of the 90’s, and the group is still together today with a new album and new sound. In fact, Blessid Union of Souls has gone “Contemporary Christian” and the music is Read More …

Mr. Big Interview

The song “To Be With You” hit #1 in 15 countries back in 1991 for Los Angeles based rock band Mr. Big. The group then used that success to build a successful career that spanned the remainder of the 1990’s, before a bitter break up ended things in 2002. However, as of late 2009, the group is back together and making new music, as well as touring the world. Dave O recently SKYPED with Eric Martin of Mr. Big to find out how he came up with “To Be With You,” what the band breakup was like and if he ever thought they’d get back Read More …

Expose Interview

Expose first found fame in 1987 with the release of their album, “Exposure.” In fact, that album helped Expose become the first group to have four top ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100 from a debut album. Soon after, it was the ’90’s, and Expose had songs such as “I Wish The Phone Would Ring” and the timeless love song that Diane Warren penned, “I’ll Never Get Over You, Getting Over Me.” Today, Expose is still around, with their first single out in over fifteen years after lengthty legal issues in regards to using the name Expose! Dave O recently SKYPED with Jeanette Jurado Read More …