The Pier: Latest Editorials!

The Pier: Latest Editorials!

As 2013 comes to an end, we wanted to remind you of some key Editorials we’ve published. From catching up with Pepper, Interviewing Mike Pinto & Daniel Bambaata Marley, or our In The Studio session with Three Legged Fox as well as our Backstage Story pieces with both Ballyhoo! & Less Than Jake, we want to make sure you’re informed!

The Rebirth of Pepper: Pepper 2.0

  • Pepper went on an extended hiatus before releasing their first full length album in 5 years. Bassist, Bret Bollinger, didn’t hold back on the reasons why the trio took a break. Our very own, Kit Chalberg, spoke with Bollinger and went over the intimate details of Pepper’s resurgence and the rebirth that is aligning with their new & evolving sound. Read all the goo info by clicking HERE!

  • Interview: Mike Pinto

  • Having released a new album, touring with a new live band, that includes a solid horn section, Mike Pinto connected with our very own, Alyssa Torres, to catch up on what the singer/songwriter’s plans are moving forward. Read the Q&A interview with Mike Pinto by clicking HERE.

  • In The Studio: Three Legged Fox

  • Three Legged Fox spent the fall wrapping up their new album in the studio. They even invited The Pier into the studio to witness the making of the album. Representing The Pier was writer, Andrew McClatchy and photographer, Bill Colbridge, who went up to the studio to get some info on the new album. Read up on 3LF’s forthcoming release by clicking HERE.

  • Backstage: A Less Than Jake Story

  • While promoting their new album See The Light, Less Than Jake took a trip to Hawaii to perform at The Republik in Honolulu. Longtime fan & Pier writer, Blake Taylor met up with the group backstage to discuss new music, touring, 20 years of LTJ & being back with Fat Wreck Chords. Read up on whats new with LTJ by clicking HERE.

  • Interview: Daniel Bambaata Marley

  • The next generation of Marley’s are already upon us and over the summer, we caught up with Ziggy Marley’s eldest song, Daniel Bambaata Marley. We discussed what its like growing up as a Marley, his upcoming album & collaborations. Get to know Bambaata from our Summer Exclusive Interview by clicking HERE.

  • Backstage: A Ballyhoo! Story

  • At the beginning of summer, Ballyhoo! was on tour promoting their latest album Pineapple Grenade, when they came to play the Marquis Theatre in Denver, CO. Catching up backstage, Kit Chalberg interview the group discussing Rome Ramirez’s production, years of constant touring, the true meaning of Pineapple Grenade and more! Read up on the backstage chatter with Amberdeen, MD’s hooligans by clicking HERE.