“Just a couple of questions.”
“You got it.”
It’s good to be Electric Touch. They’ve been invited to play virtually every important festival this side of the solstice, and this past Saturday, Edgefest got a glimmer of the up-and-coming rockers in the hot hot sun. I caught up with lead singer Shane Lawlor to hear about his time onstage at Pizza Hut Park.
Laura: So tell me about your Edgefest experience.
Shane: [Laughs] It was amazing. It was fantastic – seeing that many people is just a trip. Early – it was very, very early – but I think we just gave it everything. It was a great way to start the day. I love it here. I could play this place every week. It’d be fine with me.
L: What’s different about Dallas fans as opposed to other cities where you tour?
S: Well, Dallas, and Texas in general, the people are really supportive. They often have wonderful personalities. And they’re not ashamed to have a good time. They’re not worried about how they look, and when they’re having a good time, they just go for it, as opposed to some cities where some people feel like they’re maybe looking in the mirror instead of at the band. In Texas, people come to a rock & roll show to experience rock & roll, and have a good time. They’re not afraid to have a good time and make some noise. So it’s brilliant, you know? Yeah, it’s wicked. (more…)