Jo Schüftan of Horns Up Rocks! conducted an interview with ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian and Ian's wife, Pearl Aday, on the "black carpet" of this year's Revolver Golden Gods awards on April 23 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California. Scott and Pearl spoke about raising their nearly three-year-old son, Revel Young Ian, with rock and roll music and how becoming parents changed their lives. You can watch the chat below.
In a March 2011 press statement, Ian called becoming a father "the biggest [and] best thing that's ever happened to me."
The daughter of legendary crooner Meat Loaf, Pearl Aday was named after the infamous Janis Joplin and is the god daughter to Maria Muldaur. In addition, she has toured as a back-up singer with MÖTLEY CRÜE and she and her band have opened for VELVET REVOLVER.
When asked what it's like having the iconic Meat Loaf as his father-in-law, Ian said in an interview, "It's like having anyone as your father-in-law. It's not like he's on stage when you're hanging out with the guy. We actually had dinner with him last night, and all we talked about was fantasy football. He's just a regular guy who happens to be a legendary rock star."
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