Oxford, England (PRWEB) June 7, 2006
The Babylon Cowboys’ Jenny May and Dave Tommo are interviewed by Jon Russell from CBS/Infinity Broadcasting’s KYOU Radio in San Francisco, California. They discuss their band The Babylon Cowboys, songwriting, appearing in the Guillemots ‘Trains To Brazil’ video and the latest tracks off of The Babylon Cowboys album ‘Constellations of Sound’ are played.
During the interview, Jenny May and Dave Tommo talk about their musical past; From May’s life and music in America and leaving for new adventures in England, to Dave Tommo who talks about his history with punk and reggae bands in England. He remembers Joe Strummer and how punk and reggae were brought together with the help of The Clash.
They also discuss songwriting and collaborating together on tracks like ‘Mr. Business Man’ and ‘In My Mind’, which is a collection of dub songs written with the intention of, “less lyrics is more”. Other songs played during the interview are ‘Ginger’, ‘Reflection’ and ‘What’s Your Name?’.
The interview can be heard on The Babylon Cowboys website: http://www.thebabyloncowboys.com.
Jenny May and Dave Tommo also host the Band Weblogs Podcast Show, playing independent bands and podsafe music. Bands can submit their music for consideration at BandWeblogs.com. Band Weblogs Podcast Show can be heard on Band Weblogs as well as on 1550 AM in San Francisco, California and streaming from KYOURadio.com at various times during the week.
About Band Weblogs
Band Weblogs is a directory of band and music blogs written by bands, musicians and creative music writers. Musicians can submit their blogs to Band Weblogs which allows for greater exposure to their music. Band blogs are an easily accessible way for music fans to get to know their favorite musicians not only through their music but also by reading about their day to day lives and opinions which are often updated daily in their blogs.
Members can sign up for free and submit blogs, podcasts, band press, music news, unsigned bands, videos and more. Band Weblogs was recently featured in Computer Music Magazine.