Warped Tour 2014: WASI

Wasi Photo by Photography Kid

Wasi Photo by Photography Kid

Though the tour has passed we are still excited to hear from the bands that have graced the stage! Get to know performing band WASI. California natives putting their gift to work on stage and serving a good cause with foundation Keep A Breast.

1. How did the band get their first start?
Cosmo: Jessie and I were a duo called We Are / She Is. In November 2013, we decided to use the acronym as it was hard for people to remember our band name. We started going by WASI and decided to lean it towards just a dancier and poppier vibe. Jessie and I actually first met because I booked a show with a non-existent band back in Orange County.

Jessie: Cosmo and I have been playing together for quite a few years and it feels like since we started WASI everything has felt totally right. We pretty much got our first start when Carlo joined us and the chemistry has been great from the beginning.

Carlo: It was early February of this year and I had just moved to LA. Jessie and Cosmo asked me to fill in on the drums and I had to learn their material in three days. The show went over well and have been their drummer ever since. I’d say me joining the band helped burying what was left over of We Are / She Is and transforming fully into WASI.

2. Tell us about your most memorable performance during your residency at Silverlake Lounge in LA.
Cosmo: We Love Silverlake Lounge! It’s a small bar a few minutes away from where we live. All of our closest band friends played and we used it as a fun experiment on trying out what WASI is all about.

Jessie: I think all of the nights were awesome and it was a great introduction to what WASI is about now. It was also a great beginning for Cosmo and I with Carlo. The chemistry really showcased in what the live show is now about. All the bands we played with are our friends!

Carlo: I had my first show after moving to LA there and it was super thrilling. I’ve been wanting to play in a band that’s all about high energy and throwing a party and there I was doing exactly that.

3. Its amazing to see artists serve the community, what motivated your band to partner with non-profit organization, Keep a Breast?
Cosmo: We all have people we love and care about that have been directly affected by cancer. We love what Keep a Breast is about and the awareness they bring to the table.

Jessie: Same as what Cosmo said. Keep a Breast is awesome and I’ve been personally aware of what they do prior to meeting them. Who doesn’t love, “I <3 Boobies!” Everyone that works with the company is awesome and it was a real pleasure getting to meet them.

Carlo: It’s good to use your publicity for a greater cause and we think Keep A Breast is a very great foundation.

4. How were you received at Warped Tour 2014 and what did you take away from that experience?
Cosmo: Playing Warped Tour has always been our teenage dream. I was taken aback by the kind of community everyone behind the scenes has created. It’s a really welcoming community that I didn’t expect! The people were really into it too! There’s a song we do where we go out into the crowd and hand out balloons… that was an epic fail with the wind and everything. But we got the point across!

Jessie: Playing Warped tour was so much fun and it was an honor being part of Conquer Entertainment. The Warped Tour community is so welcoming and it was fun meeting so many new people. WT 2005 was one of my first concerts and it was crazy actually getting to play almost 10 years later!

Carlo: I definitely think we were a good fit for Warped Tour. We’ve received great feedback and someone actually booked us for another show after seeing us there (it’s going to be at the Awaken Cafe in Oakland on August 9).

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Warped Tour 2014: VARNA

Varna

Varna

Dynamic rock trio VARNA graced the Shiragirl stage at Warped Tour 2014 and is now taking over the Conquer blog. We interviewed the group and got the story on their start, their Warped experience and more. Get to know this band of killer vocals and hard rock.

1. When did VARNA first come together?
Rob: For me personally, that question is more in the direction of “when did the VARNA members really become confident in their work together?”

Tiana: Rossen and I started this band in 2010. We met while he was installing a fan in my apartment (he was an electrician by day). We had a bunch of band member changes, played a lot of shows and made a lot of crappy demos. We found Rob at the end of 2012 and have been a trio as VARNA ever since.

2. The band has received acclaims across the UK, US and more, as well as an exclusive premiere on Revolver Magazine. What was that like? Did you all imagine reaching such height at this moment in your careers?
Tiana: For me, it was absolutely insane. We knew we had something special but I was so used to people ignoring us and our music, that it blew my mind that people freaked out about it. Then on top of all that, getting nothing but positive reviews from critics all over the world? You see that for other bands, but not your own. Until you do. The Revolver Premiere knocked me out for sure. We are all fans of the magazine. I thought if we work hard enough, ONE DAY we would get there but not our first release.

Rossen: We were hesitant at first to release new music, because we didn’t know if people were going to like it. It is amazing how all the music reviews and people’s responses were positive. It is also amazing how much we accomplished in such a short period of time. We literally released our music without playing many shows and without having a following. Now people come to us and ask us to be interviewed or write about us.

Rob: I fantasized about it! Ha!

3. You recently rocked out at the Vans Warped Tour 2014, what was that experience like? Any memorable moments you’d like to share?
Tiana: It was amazing and crazy at the same time. We drove all night, had 3 hours of sleep, hustled all day meeting new fans and then played a show. You literally just run on adrenaline until your body decides to give out on you. We were so lucky to play for so many people who hadn’t heard of us before. We meet everyone after our set which is the icing for me. They were so excited. If it wasn’t for Warped Tour & Conquer Entertainment giving us this opportunity, none of these people would have heard of us. Thank you guys so much!

Rossen: It was one of our best shows. We had so much fun driving there and meeting new people. We got a really awesome response from those who came to meet us after we played. It’s great to be able to excite people with our music, and to see that they genuinely enjoyed our set.

Rob: Playing Warped and meeting new fans/bands/friends was my best memory of the 2014 summer if you ask me :) . The worst was the 4am up-and-at-it rushing to get to each city WITHOUT breakfast.

4. Who are some of the band’s music inspirations?
Tiana: We all have different influences. For me it is Silverchair, Mariah Carey, Incubus, etc.

Rossen: Musically, Rise Against, Papa Roach, Slayer, The Offspring, Pantera, Metallica..

Rob: Darkest Hour!!! Our sponsor: Cold Cock Whiskey got T and I into Mayhem 2014 (San Bernardino) and I met all of them for the first time seeing them!!!.

5. What can we expect from the next projects to come?
Tiana: We are going in the studio next month. We are so excited. We have some new material that we are so passionate about. We all have grown as a band in this short time and we are ready to show the world what this band can do!

Rob: Badass hard rock with awesome vocals, son!!!

Rossen: More awesome music. If you like what you heard from our EP This Time, It’s Personal, you will not be disappointed from the new songs that we are working on. It’s awesome, it’s hard, and it is catchy!

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Warped Tour 2014: Death of Paris

Death of Paris

Death of Paris

In times when romance has ceased to exist and music has lost some of its edge come bands that revive the notion, reminding us that not all is lost but simply misplaced. Meet Warped Tour performing band, Death of Paris! Whose unconventional style and passion proves that music, love and art are not dead.

1. How did the band first come together?
After graduating and having been in a prior band together, Blake and I decided we weren’t just yet done with music. The idea of a 9-5 job seemed more like a threat than security so we turned to writing songs instead. Those songs turned into a project we called Death of Paris. We put out our first album as a duo but knew we needed to find the right members to flesh out the band. We’d tried out several different members but when Patrick joined us on guitar a few months after the s/t CD Release we knew we’d found the missing piece. We spent the last 2 years touring, writing, and developing our sound which we were able to showcase on our new EP “GOSSIP” that we put out at the end of 2013.

2. What does the band name, Death of Paris, represent? What message does it communicate to fans?
When choosing a name for the band, we wanted something that was feminine but edgy that also meant something as a whole. A conversation with friends about the current state of love and connectivity and how more and more of our world revolves around the whole “hook up culture” really made us pause to reflect on the death of romance. So, we set it up as a metaphor, Paris, the city of love, in ruins… It’s the death of paris, and the death of an ideal of romance. Our songs explore the themes of love, lust, revenge, and bittersweetness.

3. What unique style, personality and strength does each member of the band contribute that makes your band one of a kind?
Interesting question! I’m the dreamer of the band, Patrick’s the skeptic, and Blake’s the realist. It’s actually taken us a long time to realize this and use it to our advantage in working through challenges together.

4. Tell us about one memorable moment from your Warped Tour experience.
We’ve never played Warped Tour before!!! This is such a huge opportunity for us and something we’ve worked towards since the beginning. We’ve had a lot of fun brainstorming marketing and promo ideas to get our name out to as many people as possible during our time at Warped. It’s been a fun exercise in thinking outside of the box for us and we’re excited to try some stuff out and to continue that type of promo in the future. The most memorable moment so far has been being simply asked to play the Get Conquer / Shiragirl stage! We think Conquer is a really cool social media platform for artists and we’ve been a fan of Shiragirl for years, so being a part of THEIR stage at Warped just makes the invitation that much sweeter!

5. Can we expect to see your band perform in next year’s tour?
I sure hope so! :) We’d absolutely jump on/tackle the opportunity if it presents itself. We think the Conquer Ent + Shiragirl anniversary partnership has been a really smart move and refreshing addition to the Warped Tour this year, and we’d love to see even more dates featuring the stage next year!

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Warped Tour 2014: Blair La Rose

Blair La Rose

Blair La Rose

Taking after the influences of stars like Janet Jackson, Madonna, Whitney Houston and more, Blair La Rose is on a mission to share her gift with the world. Presenting heart pumping soundtracks to get you on your feet, you won’t survive a show without dancing. Meet the lady behind the sound, Blair La Rose.

1. Tell us a little more about your music background. When did it all begin?
I don’t remember when it began because I’ve always known it to be there. Music has been played to me while inside my mothers stomach up until today and creating it became natural nevertheless a joy. I started studying the technique, skill, and history at the age of three at the prestigious Peabody Prepatory School of Music in Baltimore, MD. From that point on I participated in every school musical, jazz band, madrigals choir, ensemble and talent show meanwhile taking piano lessons and competing nationally in classical piano. I made it to the Duke Ellington School of The Arts after trying out for the Baltimore School of the Arts as well, but continued my musical journey to Miami instead. There I attended the University of Miami where I participated in Woman’s Chorale and was an avid member of the Philip Frost School of Music. I do it today for my sanity, I couldn’t go a day without it and some day I hope I will be able to do it full time.

2. Who are some of your music influences?
Marketing wise I would say Madonna, she gives me very good ideas. Janet has the style in addition to Aaliyah but vocally Whitney Houston, she has definitely been an inspiration with who she embodied as an artist. Michael Jackson and Prince would be the ultimate male influences in addition to the entrepreneurial spirit of Jay Z’s business mind.

3. What did you take away from your experience at Warped Tour?
A lot. I learned more discipline could help me in reaching the audience I aim towards and in larger numbers. Not to mention I realized even more that we are the only ones in control of our brand, yes there are people to help execute the strategy but I must accept that as my responsibility. More than anything preparation is key!

4. You’ve worked with some well known artists such as Fat Joe, Teyanna Taylor and Wiz Khalifa, how did your experience with these artists mold your craft?
The experience didn’t necessarily help mold my craft however it was a good opportunity to be a part of and to expose my skills vocally and with the pen.

5. What does the future hold for Blair La Rose? What can we expect to see from you within the next few years?
A lot more visual production. Artists should express themselves to their full potential there’s a lot I want to show rather than say and let the music narrate. Oh! There should definitely be a platinum record or three or four somewhere in those expectations and more international recognition.

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Warped Tour 2014: June Divided

June Divided

June Divided

Warped Tour performing band June Divided reminds us that “all work and no play” is simply not an option. Their fun personality paired with thumping lyrics and a unique sound is a breath of fresh air to music fans everywhere.

We interviewed the band to get a bit more on who they are and what they represent, and we’ve got to say, we’re totally digging it!

1. When did you all meet and how did the band come together?
3/4′s of us met in college- we went to Drexel for Music Industry. We found our drummer on Craigslist. We weren’t serious about starting a band, and kind of put the ad out as a joke, but we dug Keith’s reply and when we met, we all really hit it off.

2. Some bands have rituals before they hit the stage, do you have any special ones you can share?
Stretching? You can get hurt out there…

3. In your downtime, what is your favorite thing to do as a group?
We love practicing on Sunday because we either watch football together or The Walking Dead when it’s on. Also, Philadelphia is a beer town, so we definitely have our favorite bars.

4. What is the songwriting process like for the band? Do you all contribute? Where do you find your inspiration?
We all definitely contribute. We each have some different influences, but we can also agree on a lot of the same music, so that’s what makes it great. Melissa will either write the song and bring it to the band, or someone in the band will come up with a cool riff or beat that eventually is turned into a song.

5. Is there a band motto you live by?
“It could be worse!” When bad stuff happens- could be worse. When good stuff happens- could definitely be worse, so be thankful!

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Warped Tour 2014: Welcome to the KaleidoFam

Kaleido

Kaleido

Entering the Detroit music scene in 2011, Kaleido has been hitting the ground running. Their passion and hard work continues to prove itself, gaining them an outstanding 11 night win for the People’s Choice. Now performing at the 2014 Vans Warped Tour there’s only room for success and we can’t wait to see what the future holds. Get to know the band, their challenges, the climb and dedication.

1. In only few years your band has made quite a name for themselves, what are some challenges you’ve faced throughout this climb?
Agreeing on who’s iPod to listen to in the van! Seriously though, any challenge we’re faced with is just another mountain we know we’ll climb, and know that together we’ll get to the top. We assume that the challenges we’ve faced are pretty standard for any other indie/DIY band out there, whether it’s money, transportation, lack of showering… We just roll with the punches and keep it moving.

2. You won the People’s Choice 11 consecutive nights against big name artists such as Blink 182, Muse, Jack White and more, what was that experience like?
It was MIND BLOWING!! Through that experience we really got to see how incredible our fan base, the KaleidoFam, is. They’re like an army! We have them to thank for all of those wins.

3. What was it like to hit the Warped Tour stage this year?
Warped is sick! We’ve done some dates on the tour for the last 3 summers now and we always come home with hilarious, awesome new stories & tons of new fans.

4. You’ve taken part in many festivals, what makes each performance different from the last?
The crowd in front of us. Our show is super interactive, so it’s rad getting to play to a festival crowd where the demographic is pretty vast. We change our clothes sometimes too… So that also makes each show a little different.

5. Any words for the new fans joining the KaleidoFam?
Welcome to our crazy family!!! You’re stuck with us now!!!

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Warped Tour’s Women Solution

Holli Porreca

Holli Porreca

Written by special guest blogger Holli Porreca.

A few weeks ago, an article called “Warped Tour’s Women Problem” kept showing up in my inbox attached to messages from friends asking what I had to say about it. For anyone who missed it, the article addresses the lack of females on the Warped Tour and is very supportive of the Shiragirl Stage, which I have been a part of since 2005, but the article also implies that one our greatest supporters, Kevin Lyman, is a key player in “the problem”, which was very upsetting to the entire Shiragirl camp. Since the article seemed to be related to the announcement of the Shiragirl Stage’s return to the Warped Tour, we felt that we should clarify a few things regarding the Shiragirl Stage, it’s role on the tour, and gender inequality in rock and roll on and off the Warped Tour.

There aren’t enough women playing on the Warped Tour. I haven’t done any headcounts myself but the statistic stated in the article that 53% of the Warped audience is female while only 6% of the people on stage are female sounds accurate. (Did our stage’s line up tilt that scale just a little bit?) That being said, the first thing I thought when I looked at Warped Tour’s line up on their website was “Look at all the girls!!”. When the Shiragirl Stage first crashed the Warped Tour in 2004, there were practically no women on the stages but according to the statistics I read in “Warped Tour’s Women Problem”, 20% of the bands on the tour now have at least one female in the band. I like to think the Shiragirl Stage had something to do with that. Before us, women like Agent M from Tsunami Bomb and Cinder Block from Tilt proved they were tough enough to hang with the boys in their punk rock club and there is a lot to be said for that, but Warped was and still is a boy’s club. A lot of people don’t really understand why the all-female stage needs to be separate from the others when there is female representation on some of the other stages and it is my hope that this article will shed some light on that.

If you ask anyone who attends or works on the Warped Tour if they think that more men deserve to be on stage than women, the response would most likely be “no”. Bands are absolutely chosen for the tour based on their own merits and every band who was selected to play the Warped Tour deserves to be there as much as the next, regardless of gender. People who have taken notice of the lack of women playing on the tour may be quick to blame the people who book the talent, but it’s not that simple. I will cite the dialogue between the author of “Warped Tour’s Women Problem” and Kevin Lyman where he states there are plenty of women on the tour and asks who is missing. There are 100 bands on the Warped Tour and the list of bands who weren’t chosen to play, be they male, female, transgendered, black, Hispanic, handicapped, or elderly could go on forever. But the list of headliners or even strong support acts who sell tickets to the festival is much shorter. The tour has to sell tickets to make enough money to support the up-and-coming bands and it’s not Warped Tour’s fault there are so few female fronted or all-female headliners. So whose fault is it? Let’s talk about that…

I invite you, the reader, to express your opinions as to why there appear to be less females in rock bands, but here are a few things the average music fan may not realize about the workings of the entertainment industry:

Talent alone does not correlate to fame, ticket sales or financial success. It is a combination of a good product (talent) and a good promotional team. I can’t tell you how many of female artists I have worked with who have had their albums overlooked because Avril Lavigne or Paramore or No Doubt just came out with a new record the promotional team did not feel that pushing 2 female-fronted rock bands at the same time would be successful. If you turn on your local rock radio station, the odds of hearing 2 female-fronted bands back to back are almost non-existent. A few years ago the statistic was that a female-fronted rock band was played on rock radio about once an hour and I have not seen any updated statistic since. At the end of the day, managers and record labels invest in artists they think you like, radio stations play what they think you want to hear, media outlets plug who they think you want to read about and festivals book acts they think you want to see. The question is why do they think you, the audience, is significantly more interested in male artists than females? Do you only want to hear women on the radio about once an hour? Do you only want to see a few women on stage? And if so, why?

There is a really great documentary available on Netflix right now called “Miss Representation” that discusses female representation in the media and the effect is has on our culture. In the film actress and feminist Gina Davis talks about a meeting she sat in on where TV executives were pitched a second station for women in addition to Lifetime. The executives said this station would not be viable because women can be interested in television that is targeted toward men but men would not be interested in women’s television. Gina Davis remarks “this is a very dangerous assumption that half of the population is not concerned with the other half.” And this is a socially acceptable assumption in the year 2014!

This isn’t the 1950s anymore when it was socially acceptable for husbands to spank their wives when they spend too much of their allowance, but sexism absolutely still exists today. It’s just less obvious. Most people don’t consciously believe that men are genetically predisposed to being better at playing drums or guitar. All they know is that they see fewer women doing it. The general audience may or may not believe that they want to see less women on stage, but we are culturally sublimated as Americans to be more judgmental and less supportive and accepting toward women in positions of authority- CEOs, President of the USA, super heroes in films, main characters of television programs, and rock stars. Consciously, most people know that women are fully capable of assuming all of the same roles as their male counterparts, but subconsciously we are still a novelty.

It is not sexist to observe or even state that women are different than men and some observations are safer than others to make. It is when assumptions and sublimations are stated as truth and these statements imply things like worth and legitimacy that these “observations” are derogatory and sexist.

In conclusion, why do we at the Shiragirl Stage think that women should have their own stage on Warped Tour? We don’t. We think women should be better represented on the tour and in the music industry alone, but since they aren’t, we are doing what we can on the Warped Tour. And whose “fault” is it that the number of women on the stages at Warped Tour is not reflective of the number of women in the audience? It’s nobody’s fault, but it’s everyone’s problem and it will get better when we all start taking responsibility for it. And, finally, what’s the solution? Simply by being parked in the venue or being shared on someone’s Facebook wall, the Shiragirl Stage generates countless dialogues about gender issues. Sometimes just saying something out loud that you always sort of thought but never intellectualized and only to realize “That actually sounds kind of stupid now that I think about it” can be a meaningful learning experience. Dialogue is the first step to solving any social issue.

Whether the Warped Tour audience believes that women should have our own stage or not, the Shiragirl Stage’s presence alone on the Warped Tour sublimates its own message that women belong here, that we deserve a place there and that the Warped Tour community as a whole supports female artists. I love my stage, the work we do and all the bands who play on it every day, but I hope that in time that we won’t need an all-female stage.

Warped Tour 2014: Sharkmuffin

Sharkmuffin

Sharkmuffin

Old rock & roll meets new with pop punk band Sharkmuffin, taking a bite out of Warped Tour 2014 while bringing fans the one of a kind experience they’ve been looking for. We interviewed the band and got some great insight into their experience, inspiration and a peak at their latest project!

1. We love it and we’ve just got to know, why the band name?
What do you call a surfer that is about to get eaten by a shark for breakfast? (a sharkmuffin)

2. What song off of your latest project captures the essence of your band? How and why?
It’s hard to say because 1097 was an EP that had 4 very different songs-each in a way capturing a different aspect of our bassist Natalie Kirch’s experience losing her beach house after hurricane Sandy. We named the EP after the house number and made a full length video for the entire EP which better illustrates what mean. There’s footage from when she was a baby at the house as well as footage of the wreckage of the town: YouTube Preview Image

 

3. Warped Tour can be a whirlwind of experience, tell us about some of your favorite highlights.

At my first Warped Tour in 2002 I freaked out when I met Bert from The Used, that was the first time I realized the people in bands I liked were actual people. Also, that year was the first time I ever crowed surfed during Less Than Jake.

At Warped Tour in 2006 I threw bottles at the singer in NOFX, out of admiration of him, and he called me out and told me I looked like an annoying jewish girl from Staten Island. That was pretty funny.

4. What sets your sound apart from the other bands that share this music scene?
I feel that our lyrics are a little more out there than some of the other bands we share the Shiragirl stage with on the Warped Tour. We sing about the typical unrequited love/teen angst/heartbreak but also about mythical bestiality and homicidal heroin addict fembots. We also have more of an older rock n roll vibe rather than a pop punk thing going on.

5. What can we expect from your next project?
After our last 2 Warped dates we’re going to LA to finish our first LP. Our drummer Janet has an arm injury so Patty Schemel from Upset, Death Valley Girls & Hole is filling in on drums. ‘Live Through This’ was one of the first albums that really inspired me to want to play music, so it’s incredible to be able to record with her.

Warped Tour 2014: Hunter Valentine

Hunter Valentine

Hunter Valentine

From Canada to Brooklyn these ladies are selling out shows across the country and leaving a trail of captivated hearts among rock fans. Now working on their fourth album, Hunter Valentine, continues to make their mark on the scene. If you haven’t been listening closely, today is the day to start! Meet the band.

1. How did you ladies meet and when did the band first come together?
Laura and I met when I (Kiyomi) was a teenager trying to sneak into some dive bar. We started talking about music and this kicked off our (now 10 yr) music relationship. We have seen a couple different line ups, but always believed in the passion and drive that we have/had for H.V.

2. You are now working on your fourth album, congrats! Tell us what sets apart your latest album from the first.
We are exploring a lot of different sounds and think that this comes from being more comfortable with our abilities in a wide array of genres and musicianship. We love pop, we love punk, we love it all, so we aren’t trying to limit ourselves, we’re just trying to write what comes naturally.

3. Tell us about your most memorable fan experience.
It was probably recently, when we read our “fan fiction novel”. It was amazing to see the creativity that can erupt from putting your own creativity out into the world! Amazing.

4. What are some things that will never change in spite of the band’s growing fame?
Our connection with our fans. No matter how wide the band’s reach becomes, we always want to communicate and spend time with our supporters. We are nothing without them.

5. We must admit we are obsessed with your group! If you could make a case for why spectators should keep a close eye on you ladies, what would you say?
We have a very high energy in everything we do when it comes to music and it’s also honest. Playing in this band is one of our favorite things to do in this world and we think that comes across on a stage.

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Rock & Roll with Jenni Spiro

Jenni Spiro

Jenni Spiro

This summer’s Warped Tour Shiragirl Stage has been heating up with ladies who know how to rock. Meet Conquer’s latest star and Warped Tour performer, Jenni Spiro!

1. Tell us about your first performance, what was that like? Were you nervous?
My first performance I was 3 years old and my parents made me sing on a milk carton. I was terrified! I think I cried.

2. We know your parents have played a big role in cultivating your craft, what other artists have served to inspire your sound?
My parents really were my biggest inspiration. They loved music so much and helped push me to become who I am today. I really enjoy the blues, it has helped in crafting my instrument. Etta James is one huge inspiration. I also listened to a lot of Jewel. Her story about living out of a car was very inspiring and I wanted my vibrato to sound like hers.

3. What would you like fans to take away from your music?
I want the fans to feel what I am feeling while I am singing. I want the passion to pour out onto them as it has done for me over the years. Music is my life, my blood, and I want people to feel the same love for it as I have.

4. Where do you hope to be in five years?
Playing music for everyone to hear. I want to travel around the world and share my passion. Show the world what music sounds like when it’s right there in front of your face. I want music to be real for everyone who has lost hope.

5. Think Warped Tour 2014 is ready for Jenni Spiro?
Absolutely!!!! I can’t wait!!! Whoooo!

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