Watch all the backstage interviews at Planet Rockstock 2019 with Uriah Heep, Skid Row, The Quireboys, Kris Barras, Last in Line and Dan Reed Network.
Ahead of their career-spanning headline performance on Friday night, Skid Row vocalist ZP Theart and guitarist/co-founding member Dave ‘Snake’ Sabo caught up with Paul Anthony to talk about their upcoming new studio album, how ZP has reinvigorated them as a band and why they cannot wait to return to the UK in 2020.
Moments after stepping off stage on Friday evening, The Quireboys’ Guy Griffin and Paul Guerin spoke with Ian Danter about getting hot and sweaty at Rockstock, making their live debut Down Under, becoming increasingly prolific, how the music industry has changed over the decades, why bands still need to put in the graft, and much more:
Drawing in one of the biggest crowds of the weekend with his titular band, blues rock sensation Kris Barras explained to Wyatt why Planet Rockstock was one of his favourite gigs ever. He also talked future plans, supporting Beth Hart, what we can expect from his next album, his songwriting process, fighting in the MMA and his woeful DIY skills.
Last In Line
Before playing one of the best sets of Planet Rockstock 2019, Last In Line’s Viv Campbell and Andrew Freeman revealed to Paul Anthony that they’ve already commenced work on their third studio album and hope to release it in 2020. Viv also spoke about how he juggles Last In Line with Def Leppard’s hectic schedule.
Truly one of the nicest guys in rock n’ roll, living legend Mick Box talked about Uriah Heep headlining Planet Rockstock for a second time, the secrets of the band’s longevity, the toils of taking trains to live shows, why he’s at his happiest on stage, and Uriah Heep’s 50th anniversary plans in 2020.
Dan Reed Network
The ever-beguiling Dan Reed of Dan Reed Network fame spoke to Wyatt about the 30th anniversary of their debut album ‘Slam’, how Paul Anthony shaped their Rockstock setlist, what to expect from their next studio album and their future plans.
You can also check out photos from all four days at Planet Rockstock 2019 by clicking the links below: