Interview with Marty McCoy of Bobaflex
A listener (KARNOV) summed up Marty McCoy’s appearance on our show by saying, "Y’all sounded like a bunch of friends having a beer at the bar talking about music." Another listener (Carla) IM’d me and said, "I love the haphazard fluidity that is this show." I couldn’t have said it better.
I would like to say a couple of things before leaving you with the audio.
First, I was going to write a synopsis, but since what you’re about to listen to is devoid of trajectory, it will sound better than it looks on paper. As far as keywords go, some of the names mentioned were Papa Roach, Nickelback, Nonpoint, Sevendust, Alter Bridge, Tom Petty, Life Of Agony and the list goes on and on.
Second, we’ll have Marty McCoy back on in the future.
I love it when passion can be heard in someone’s voice. And believe me, Bobaflex wouldn’t be around today if they were lacking in that department. True warriors, they’ve managed not only to persevere, but to evolve. I’d go into detail and use a ton of scholarly words and annoying metaphors, but just listen to the show. It’s great and I’m sure you’ll love it.
Bobaflex is currently promoting their latest album, Hell in my Heart, which features the absolutely slamming single "Bury Me with My Guns On."
You can listen to the hour-long show here.