#3 Domain Cleveland – Bill Bailey interviews K. Flay

Domain Cleveland’s own Bill Bailey captures this exclusive interview with Alternative rock star K. Flay. Bailey talks with K. Flay about numerous topics including: touring, new material and so much more. This is one of those interviews you need to check out.

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#2 Domain Cleveland – Kaya Stewart – Shows she can rock like her dad (David Stewart – Eurythmics)

Kaya Stewart – Vans Warped Tour – Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, OH

The next up and coming star to rise from Warped Tour has to be Kaya Stewart. She has the potential to really make a strong name for herself. Armed with a golden voice and the front person qualities to really lead a pack. Kaya brings to the stage, power and does a great job getting the audience attention and involved with her. She was able to push that power from the stage to the listeners and maintain that vibe throughout her whole set. It was quite evident that she has made a host of new fans in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, noting that by the thousands of people who were singing along with her during her set.

If you have the chance to check out Kaya Stewart please do. She has a lot of gifts under her sleeve and great role model parent. If she keeps this up she will no doubt be a star.

Kaya interview with MT’s Dom can be listened to above or click DOWNLOAD

Dellacoma – rolls through Canton with sweet Aussie sound

Michael Strong of Maximum Threshold Radio currently caught up with the band Dellacoma at Sadie Rene’s in Canton, OH. on July 22.

Use caution when listening to this interview as it is definitely not your cookie cutter interview.

Dellacoma features in their ranks Rick Reynolds on bass, Art Struck on guitar, Matt Cook on drums, Dellacoma Rio on vocals. The group recently trekked through the US on their debut tour, which saw the quartet hit 80 venues in just about as many days. While itinerant and swash-buckling, Dellacoma also managed to record their debut album. Produced by Chris Smith (Jet, The Darkness, Scorpion Child), the band’s first full-length is a rock dream, recorded as analog as humanly possible to get that ’70s feel without being subservient to the big-time productions of the era. – See more at:


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