Debby Rao of KNAC.COM recently conducted an interview with TESLA vocalist Jeff Keith. An excerpt from the interview follows:
KNAC.COM: I heard the exciting news: TESLA will be embarking on their first world tour in 16 years beginning on October 18th.
Keith: "Yes, it is. We are actually going over to Japan for a show or two, Australia, and all over in Europe including Spain, and England…all over the place. We went over there for three shows last month, and it went really good. Ya know, that is what we wanted to do. We wanted to get our foot back in the door so we can go over and do what we are going to do next month. That way, we will really get our foot in the door, when we put out that studio album next year. We will try and set up a tour on it, over in Europe. So we are getting these doors opened up."
KNAC.COM: Great idea. So is TESLA going into the studio, after the tour is over this year to record a new album?
Keith: "Yes, I think we got a week in December that we are going to do. Then after that, we are immediately going to get in and finish up the album. Because we got some songs already written. But, we still got a lot of writing to do. So I think after December, we are going to get back immediately and put the rest of the record together."
Read the entire interview at KNAC.COM.
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