We recently had a chance
to sit down with Eric Dill, lead singer of The Click Five. With
their debut cd ready to drop later in the summer, they are certainly
making a name for themselves as one of the openers for Ashlee
Simpson (along with Pepper's Ghost). We got to talk to Eric before
their show at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston. Give
a Listen* as we talk about about their debut CD,
dealing with Ashlee level fame, the state of the "frontman",
and Queen touring with Paul Rogers. *Windows Media Player 9 is
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You guys started out in Boston, how does it feel to be home?
2. How has
the reception been from the Ashlee fans?
3. Is it
tough touring behind a CD that isn't due for another couple of
4. Is the
CD now all finished?
are your thoughts about people downloading your music?
on tour with Ashlee, you get to see an extreme level of fame.
How do you think you would deal with it if it happened to the
7. Is the
frontman a dying form in music?
are some of the things that you listen to in your downtime?
are on Lava Records, how did you pick Lava?
is touring with Paul Rogers, how weird is that going to be?
I want to thank Eric and the guys of The Click Five for taking
the time to talk with me. It was great getting a chance to chat
before the show and finally see them live. We look forward to
when The Click Five returns to Boston Keep your eye up for when
they come to your town.
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