An hour had passed by as we concluded our interview, took some pictures with The August Infinity, got high-fives and saw the guys off to their next gig. I knew that the highlight of my day and the most fulfilling part of my 3-day news coverage was found in the moments I spent with The August Infinity.
Our news crew lingered behind stage hoping to absorb more of the groups vibrant, youthful energy. The time we spent with them was packed full of laughs and some serious reflection from the band. We could tell the guys had come a long way in their personal journey’s and we know they’re going to go even further down the path of success, enlightenment and greatness!
Here’s the conclusion of the Metro News Milwaukee interview with The August Infinity:
DUSTIN: Tell me what’s coming up for The August Infinity?
JOSHUA: We’re playing several bands on our way back up to the East Coast. (The guys explained about some of their local shows.)
FRANK: We played with this great band Maddie Finn. Those guys were phenomenal!
JOSHUA: (About Maddie Finn) Totally bad ass! They were like 18-and-younger. They’re totally rockin’ it. Check them out.
FRANK: We’re going to bring them to New York and swap shows with them. It’s gonna be great.
DUSTIN: Let’s talk about your upcoming album.
JOSHUA: Tickets are on-sale on our website for the release of “To Whom It May Concern.” I think up until then, we’re going to play along the East Coast to build excitement and sales around that and hopefully quit our day-jobs.
PETER: Work, if you’re listening, I am not on the road with The August Infinity.
CHRIS: My family-member is not well as previously stated in that e-mail. (Of course the guys were just joking…we hope.)
Our interview wrapped up and the guys started to pack-up the van to move onto their next gig in Ohio. This was one of the best interviews I had the privilege to be a part of. The August Infinity is a genuine band of guys that send an energy from the stage into the audience that’s nothing short of electrifying. The return energy given back to the rockers, from the audience, is nothing short of dangerously, acceptable, high-voltage.
I enthusiastically endorse the August Infinity and highly recommend you attend as many of their concerts and appearances as possible and buy all the music they’ve produced to date and will produce in the future.
This band is among the music industry’s upcoming rock-and-roll and pop royalty. Guys, thanks for greatness! It was a humbling privilege to spend time with all of you. Keep on rockin’ dudes!
Read the complete biography of The August Infinity in tomorrow’s edition of The Examiner.
SPECIAL THANKS: To my dear friend and colleague Lucia Chang of Sidecar Management. Without you, The August Infinity may have been hidden from the world. Your talent, inspiration and fervor for your artists, music and life itself is a breath of fresh air and breath-taking at the same time. Our industry is grateful for your incredible accomplishments. We would be less than we are without your energy.