If I could tour with a band, it might be Rozu of Denver, Colorado. They seem like they would be on board for doing bucket list shenanigans while not on stage. Plus, they are pretty rockin’ so that’s a bonus. Until my schedule allows for it, there’s probably at least one live Rozu show that can be put on the to-do list. #goals.
Check out the interview and find out what motivates the band.
What was the best thing to happen in 2019?
Touring and our continued growth were exactly what we wanted to accomplish this year. With every single we released and every show we played our fan base just seemed to grow a little bit more.
What are you looking forward to in 2020?
I think for all of us it is finishing this album and finalizing something we have been working on for almost 3 years now. We are also planning on hitting the road pretty hard in 2020 which is always a blast.
Where was your first concert as a fan? As a performer?
My first concert was Tool at Red Rocks when I was like 12. As a performer my first show was the main stage at our hometown venue Summit Music Hall in Denver.
Do you think that there’s an alternate reality? If so, what is the alternate you doing?
Maybe, you never really know what is out there. If there is, I am probably like a banker or something completely opposite of my broke musician reality (laughs).
New Year’s Resolutions. Yay or Nay?
Absolutely, you should be setting goals for your personal growth every year.
What have been the best musical holiday moments in your life?
My dad got me my first guitar for Christmas one year, that was pretty rad.
Favorite holiday song?
NSYNC Christmas album is the only thing I prefer to listen to.
Least favorite holiday song?
Every holiday song really. Christmas music really kills the holiday for me.
What do you want people to know about your music?
I hope everyone can just feel the honesty in our music and every word. We write from our own lives and we put genuine feelings into our music which I hope people enjoy.