BRITNY FOX: New Audio Interview With BILLY CHILDS Available

A new audio interview with BRITNY FOX bassist Billy Childs, conducted by Dirt from Metal Dreams, is available for download at Topics discussed include BRITNY FOX's current tour, why guitarist Michael Kelly Smith is not touring with the band, the problems the band had with Spitfire Records, their disappointment with the last studio album "Springhead Motorshark", whether there will be a new studio album, Billy's views on the band's early "hair band" image, the bad relationship the other band members had with original singer Dean Davidson, Billy's perspective on Dean's shrill vocal style, how the grunge scene affected the band, how Billy dealt with dwindling attention, and his perspective on financial security when BRITNY FOX signed to Columbia in 1988.


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