023: Alter Bridge

Alter Bridge

July 01, 2017

Episode #023 of the Sound Matters radio show features Tom’s interview with Scott Phillips & Brian Marshall from Alter Bridge, spotlighted artists/albums/tracks, a recap of this week in music history, and concludes with Tom’s signature Sound Matter Moment.

On This Episode:

  1. Get Sound Matters Radio interview podcasts on >> iTunes, iHeartRadio, & Spreaker
  2. Sound Matters Spotlight: Twisted Sister, You Can’t Stop Rock ‘n’ Roll, 1983 (“I’ve Had Enough”), KISS, Love Gun, 1977 (“Love Gun”), Alter Bridge, One Day Remains, 2004 (“Broken Wings”)
  4. Sound Matter Moment… “Human Behavior”


Alter Bridge Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/alterbridge and Main Website: www.alterbridge.com

Scott Phillips – Photo by Tom Leu

Brian Marshall – Photo by Tom Leu


Inside the Interview:
01:31 – Brian & Scott’s least favorite interview question…
01:47 – Touring in 2017… what’s better, what’s worse from back in the day…
03:04 – Summarize the evoloution of Alter Bridge from the 1st album to present…
04:31 – On what Brian & Scott uniquely bring to Alter Bridge as a rhythm section…
06:25 – On how tracking happens in the studio for Alter Bridge…
07:06 – Who’s one person you’d like to sit down with and have a conversation?
08:10 – On the importance of sobriety and being clear-headed and present today…

Connect with Alter Bridge:
Website: www.alterbridge.com
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/alterbridge
Twitter: www.twitter.com/alterbridge
Instagram: www.instagram.com/officialalterbridge

>> A ‘Sound Matter Moment’ >> www.soundmatters.tv/human-behavior

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About the Author
Tom Leu, MS/CPC is a Professional Speaker, Writer, Radio Host, & Photographer. A member of the National Speakers Association, Tom talks shiFt™ about Communications, Psychology, Recovery, & Rock 'n Roll. His writings, presentations, images, & interviews uncover layers within music, culture, & communications.

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