Wednesday, April 25, 2018
 
 
Video: Page (1) of 1 - 03/19/18 Email this story to a friend. email article Print this page (Article printing at MyDmn.com).print page facebook
Backstage With Stone Sour's Roy Mayorga

By Clip Syndicate
We're going backstage with acclaimed percussionist Roy Mayorga to talk about the band, and what it means to be a rock star.

http://eplayer.clipsyndicate.com/view/12524/7292769 Video: Backstage With Stone Sour's Roy Mayorga
We're going backstage with acclaimed percussionist Roy Mayorga to talk about the band, and what it means to be a rock star.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/7292769?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 12:06:51 +0000 Backstage With Stone Sour's Roy Mayorga We're going backstage with acclaimed percussionist Roy Mayorga to talk about the band, and what it means to be a rock star. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/7292769?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WEVV veronica?... american rock band stone sour has been nominated for a grammy three times, and is all over the radio right now. lead singer corey taylor is well known, as he's also the lead for slipknot, but what about the other members? we're going backstage with acclaimed percussionist roy mayorga to talk about the band, and what it means to be a rock star. gretchin: "stone sour" was formed in 19-92, but it was 2006, when their song, through glass... gretchin: ...was everywhere. and now in 20-18, if you listen to local rock radio, you've heard this one, every day. gretchin: drummer roy mayorga joined the band in two thousand six, after recording the percussion tracks for come what-ever may...which was a once in a lifetime happening. roy: to enter a band, like that, where you're made a 5th member from the get-go is definitely unheard of; and yeah, it was a big surprise and i'm pretty fortunate. like, i'm able to earn a living from this, you know what i mean? and it's...i'm grateful for it every day. gretchin: known for his skills on the drumset, there's more to roy mayorga than just beats. roy: i do score some music. i've done a couple films for, like, lifetime, that's actually out right now. i do a lot of session work around l.a. when i'm not touring. i also play on and off with ministry, at times. i just work on my own material. i do a lot of, like, modular synth music. which actually, i'm working on a solo record now. once this is all done, i'm gonna start with that, once this is all finished. gretchin: aside from hard driving music, and meaningful lyrics, the band is also known for dropping off the map...something that never seems to negatively affect their fan base. roy: i mean, it's incredible! we go away for long periods of time and come back, it's definitely an unexpected thing, you know. we were just in russia, we haven't played there in like 10 years, we come back and it's even bigger than the last time we played there. it's shocking! it's great! gretchin: and to what does he attribute the band's success? roy: definitely the fans. i mean, if it wasn't for the fans, we wouldn't be where we're at. i just think the honesty of the band's music...there's no pretentiousness behind it; it's all for real and i think that people, you know, feel that and go with it. gretchin: but the best part of being a rock star is? roy: getting to play for that 90 minutes up there. that's the best part of the job, is to rock out with my friends in front of a lot of people. a once in a lifetime experience, getting to talk to





Page: 1


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





Our Privacy Policy --- About The U.S. Daily News - Contact Us - Advertise With Us - Privacy Guidelines