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Sevendust's Lajon Witherspoon Praises Living Colour Singer
Sevendust's Lajon Witherspoon Praises Living Colour Singer
For many years, the hard rock and metal genre was predominantly populated with white male musicians, but from the late '80s on there were more rockers breaking that color barrier. Sevendust frontman Lajon Witherspoon was one such artist who did so, and he spoke about finally meeting one of the musicians who helped break the barrier during an appearance on the 'Talk Is Jericho' podcast with Chris J
Sekond Skyn Making Waves Thanks in Part to ‘Land Down Under’
Sekond Skyn Making Waves Thanks in Part to ‘Land Down Under’
Having just wrapped up dates with Living Colour, New Jersey rockers Sekond Skyn call the experience a learning process. "I think they're all incredible musicians and legends in the industry," bassist George Pond told Noisecreep. Thanks to those dates, as well as their over of Men at Work's 'Land Down Under,' Sekond Skyn is on the rise...
Living Colour Capture Spare Moments to Create New Album About Disillusionment
Living Colour Capture Spare Moments to Create New Album About Disillusionment
When they're ready to make a new album, most bands write a bunch of material and practice it until their fingers bleed. Then they book studio time, hire a producer and track the songs. Living Colour aren't most bands. Their fifth album, 'The Chair in the Doorway' was written during spontaneous on-the-road jams and recorded at various locations around the world...

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