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BOWLING FOR INDIANAPOLIS

Posted on February 12, 2008

We catch up with Still Remains singer TJ Miller and guitarist Jordan Whelan in this brief online discussion… RR: Hey TJ! Are you up in Canada now to start the US Roadrage dates? TJ: Nope. Still in Indianapolis. We will be on our way there today and arrive there tomorrow. Our first night playing was last night, and we’ll meet up with the other Roadrage bands in Canada to kick that tour off. RR: Cool. So… how was the show last night? TJ: It was awesome. Plus we have friends from there so it was a lot of fun. Jordan: Yeah the show was fun. The best part was the bowling though, we played in this old run down bowling alley – it was great! Weird really? RR: Bowling? Not while playing guitar, obviouslyí¢ä‰åŒ_? Jordan: Ha. Duckpin bowling. The pins are extra little, and you play with mini bowling balls. Back home I bowl maybe 3-4 times a week. RR: As long as you didn’t throw each other at the pins. What songs did you play for everyone? TJ: Let me think, off the new album: To Live And Die By Fire, Recovery, White Walls, The Worst Is Yet To Come, Bliss, I Can Revive Him With My Own Hands. We played 6 And 1 from our old EP too. RR: Awesome. Have you guys decided yet what song from ‘Of Love And Lunacy’ you’re going to shoot a video for? TJ: Yeah. It’ll be for The Worst Is Yet To Come. Not sure yet when we are filming it, maybe even before the New York show at CBGBs in a week! RR: You must be looking forward to the US Roadrage tour starting tomorrow. Or are you not so much a fan of touring? Jordan: I’m really excited. I love being on the road! REMEMBER: Still Remains release ‘Of Love And Lunacy’ Out May 2. Expect UK tour dates to be announced shortly.

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