Interviewed on September 18, 2017 by Carl Basile
CB: What motivates you the most about returning to work every day for dead man’s hand?
TR: I like to come to work everyday and promote the band as much as I can. We are all good friends and they are showing potential of becoming more popular.
CB: What interests the fans about the band the most?
TR: The fans love how the band is small but not too small, they are still very personable and love performing, and we can see that because of how the same fans always come back for more.
CB: You just said how mostly the same fans come back all the time, what do you think you must do to expand the fan base and bring in new fans?
TR: In order to do that we must go to different venues in different cities and states, we mostly stay around Joliet and the midwest.
CB: Has the band ever came to Muncie, Indiana, if not would you consider coming here?
TR: We have not been to Muncie, if the opportunity was there we would definitely consider it.
CB: How much gas do you think Dead Man’s Hand has left in the tank, how long do you see them performing?
TR: I see no end in sight, as far as I’m concerned these guys will play until they can’t physically do it anymore.
CB: Your insight was very helpful, thank you for your time!