Ben Lovett from Mumford & Sons talks about the band's new album, Wilder Mind, and the shift from the banjo, folk instrumentation that is familiarized with the group. As well as their Gentlemen Of The Road Tour visiting Walla Walla in August.
Brandon Flowers talks about his return to working with the band after the release of his solo album, and plays a fun Perfect Playlist with songs by Depeche Mode, Dawes, Rufus Wainwright, his own group, The Killers, and more.
Chad and Rickard from Carolina Liar talk about their highly anticipated return to touring and creating new music after their most recent record was put out a few years ago, and give 94/7 an exclusive live performance of their brand new song, Me And You.
Zach and John of Portugal. The Man discuss their collaborative project with The Smithsonian National Zoo in order to raise awareness for endangered species. The group plays their brand new selection, Sumatran Tiger, in a live performance just for 94/7.
Jon and Josiah of The Head and The Heart visit for their sold-out concert at The Crystal Ballroom, and give us wonderful vocal harmonies and great musicianship in their live performance of their song, Lost In My Mind.
Gotye calls Gustav to talk about his upcoming performances in Seattle and Portland, and discusses how different it is to work in the studio compared to working along with the variety of musicianship within the rest of the bands on tour.
Mark Foster of Foster The People talks with Gustav about the group's music and their tours all over the world. He shares the unique experiences they had in different venues, as well as the vibe within the group during tours and how they work together in a variety of performances.
Chris Wolstenholme of Muse talks about the newest, "craziest" album to be released by the group, and shares a fun Perfect Playlist with songs by Trailer Trash Tracys, The Beach Boys, Nirvana, and more.
Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine discusses the upcoming album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, and her experience of self discovery, and a stronger, emotional intimacy with her music while she had a break due to a foot injury.
Chris Baio, bassist for Vampire Weekend, calls Gustav before the band's sold out December to Remember show, and share his Perfect Playlist with songs by The Cars, Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds, Depeche Mode, Peter Gabriel, and more.