Here’s My Interview with The Deltaz


I teased this yesterday, and the following is my conversation with roots band The Deltaz, who are playing again in Chicago at Moe’s Tavern on Milwaukee Ave. tonight.  They have an open, austere sound with real dirt to it, and lyrics that recall the demons of country’s past.  Plus they were gregarious and a blast to interview.  Here’s singer-guitarist Ted Siegel on their recent trip to New Orleans.

“We saw two guys get jumped in New Orleans, like, bloody. That was kind of strange. It was horrific. We were coming out of a gig in New Orleans. We’d heard about how New Orleans is kind of crime ridden with violence. We didn’t think too much of it. You know, you can be kind of ignorant when you’re in a new place. We were coming out of a show and all of a sudden these two big guys, big touristy looking guys, come running up to us and they were covered in blood. It looked unreal. They were like, ‘Oh my God, we were just jumped and robbed. Someone call the police.’ They were covered in blood. It was actually kind of a frightening experience.”
Read the rest of the interview at Halfstack Magazine.

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