The Kong Show meets Moonshots


In this edition of the Kong Show, we have fun talking with two members of a Tokyo-based gaijin band called Moonshots. "Feel good roots rock" is how they describe their music.

Band members Steve Myers and Andrew Silberman kick back and enjoy a few laughs while telling us about how they formed their band, how they write their songs and how they connect with their Japanese fans. Along the way, they tell us the story behind the original songs they introduce from their newest CD titled "Pieces Falling."

Release Party: April 22, Crocodile, Shibuya

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Kong is a great interviewer, and it was cool to be at one of the first places we ever played. Thank you for a great time, Kong and Traci!

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darn, wish I could have been there! next time!

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Great new music! Andy Atkins is dreamy and Steve still plays a vicious Texas tinged boogie guitar!

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Great stuff!

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Great show, fantastic band and awesome entertainment!

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The new album is great and the Moonshots are excellent live. Go to their official site for downloads.

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Thanks for the support! And yes, as Aron says, the downloads are still available FREE on the website he posted. Also some great photos by Aron (Genki Art Photoprgrpahy) and Miyuki Kato over at the Moonshots' Facebook page. See you at Good Heavens in Shimokitazawa on May 13!

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Better late then never! Andrew Great Laughter through out!

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