We recently had a chance
to sit down with Virginia Coalition before their show at the Paradise.
With their cd, Ok To Go, in stores, it was a perfect
chance to sit down and talk about the record and their extensive
a Listen* as they talk about about Ok To Go,
touring the country, playing pranks on tour, and their part in
the tape-trading communtiy. *Windows Media Player 9 is needed
to listen to this interview.
How has the reception been and grown as you have toured behind
the new disc, Ok To Go?
How important has the tape trading community been to your growth
as a band?
Do you feel that you have been lumped into the Jam Band category
because you are a part of the tape trading community?
Do you go off of a set setlist or is it something that erally
changes show to show?
Does it bother you when people are yelling for covers early in
How did you come about to re-record some of your older songs for
Ok To Go?
What are some of the things that you listen to in your downtime?
Tell us about some of the pranks that have come about while on
tours, there was a story involving Sister Hazel and Dildos?
you watch and learn from the other bands that you tour with?
it different recording Ok To Go on the West Coast?
I want to thank the guys of Virginia Coalition for taking the
time to talk with me. It was great getting a chance to chat with
the guys and hang out before their show at the Paradise. We can
not wait for the next time that VACO comes to Boston. Keep your
eye up for when they come to your town, and be sure to purchase
to Go or download it from iTunes.
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