SXSW 2013 Interview: Jon McClure of Reverend and the Makers

By on Friday, 15th March 2013 at 3:14 pm
 

I still don’t really understand why none of my British friends are fans of Reverend and the Makers. And when in Rome, err…Austin, you take an opportunity to speak to the Rev himself, frontman Jon McClure, to talk about the support system back in Sheffield, the band’s reception here in America and their first album release here in the States after the band’s winning performance at the Wednesday British Music Embassy day showcase at Latitude 30. Listen to the interview below.

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3:17 pm
15th March 2013

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3:23 pm
15th March 2013

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[…] Makers tried to hide his beer between his legs so the Austin police wouldn’t confiscate it during our interview Wednesday afternoon outside Latitude 30. Unfortunately, despite his great pains, it didn’t […]

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