|Adelitas Way Interview|
Holy Shit! Did anyone catch the show on May 13, 2010 at the Powerplant? Well if you missed it, you missed a rockin time. Adelitas Way was hot as hell. They kept the crowd going with the energy, guitar riffs, and hot looks...I must say this quintet was just f@#*in amazed!! Adelitas Way music has been on the hit series MTV, CSI Miami, WWE Superstars, and Losers! They have toured with Theory of a Deadman, Chevelle, and now Puddle of Mudd. They are also going to be playing Rock On The Range. These guys are going and taking it to the next level of rock and roll. They have an edgy, hard modern rock sound and it's exploding! These guys come from all over such as Philly, West Va., New York, and Kansas City. Well all I can say Rick DeJesus has a great bunch of rockstars to work with.
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They are blowin up 98 Rock with the hit single "Invincible" and it has exploded up the charts, scoring them a top 5 record. The new single "Last Stand" is a ballad on the album and the video can be seen on demand with Comcast! There self titled CD is one of the best I have heard in a long time and whatever these guys are doingthey need to keep it up. I had a chance to hang out with these guys after the show and I must say 4 out 5 of them are very extremely friendly, very kind and welcomed me into the fan club, and I was honored to be there. Rick DeJesus, Keith Wallen, Creighton Biggs, Derek Johnston, were awesome. I must say that the drummer Trevor Stafford wasn't that friendly to me. I really can't say anything about Trevor, but only that he is the heartbeat of the band. I tried not one, but a few times and he wanted nothing to do with me, sorry Trevor. I hope the next time I see you we can chit chat as I would love to speak with ya. Well I guess 4 out of 5 is not too bad.
I was talking with Derek (bassist) and apparently he is from the UK (wonder if he was goofing off with that accent, if so it was great). Creighton (guitar) joined the band after the album was completed and WOW just a fantastic musician, he fits right in! I wanna say this, Keith (guitar) has intense backing vocals and amazing energy, you will enjoy any show that this guys plays. I actually thought Keith was a cutie...like a hot teacher with the specks on, like a sexy librarian only in man form. I finally got to meet the man with the voice. Rick has a f@#*in fabulous voice...oh my, let me say that again Oh MY, yes!! A few more things about Rick DeJesus, he's humble, he's funny, and he has the best smile I have ever seen!! The smile hypnotized me seriously and I have the pics to prove it!! I got the honor of doing this interview and he answered every question and I didn't get the cold shoulder for anything. Even the infamous Jonas Brothers question. I was so nervous doing this one I had to get naked to do it, yes naked maybe it was anxiety, I have no clue, but it was one of the best I have ever done. These guys are just getting started with the self titled CD and in the near future we will have a new one!! Love 'em! Can't wait guys, you really got the ROCK and ROLL world by the balls. Check out the interview. You will see for yourself and if you get the chance get your ass to an Adelitas Way show!!
Let's get down and dirty with Rick DeJesus from Adelitas Way:
SW: Did your music career start when you appeared on VH1's Strip Search?
SW: You grew up in Philly and you were underprivileged, how has your life changed?
SW: Would you change anything about your past?
SW: What would you tell anyone who has the same love and compassion for music?
SW: How do you feel about the Jonas Brother's?
SW: Tell me about the Mexico adventure?
SW: Creighton is new to the band, how does he fit in Adelitas Way, and what happened to Chris?
SW: What has Creighton brought to the Adelitas Way? Rick: I think both Creighton and Chris brought good things to the band. I think it's just the willingness to be out on the road and to do what we do. It's not an easy job. We are getting ready to gear up and do a 26 hour drive in a van from Walnut Texas to North Carolina. It takes a special kind of person to sit through a drive like that, go play a show and then do it all over again. We pretty much work 24 hours a day. There's no getting sleep, you got to be on it at all times. You got to be ready to play, you can't get sick, it's a very, very hard lifestyle. It's not cut out for everyone. Some musicians think it's going to be all glitz and glamour, that it's going to be riding around in jets, and touring in arena's. We’ve gotten to tour arenas and we got a taste of that through a lot of hard work, but at the end of the day it's a grind, you have to be realistic and grind.
SW: If I were to get in your van, what would I find?
SW: How was the tour with Theory of a Deadman?
SW: When you are on stage, what do you see?
SW: What does Adelitas Way have in store for the fans this summer?