Eddie Airada.

Back in July, Subourbon Outlaw played a show at The Hood Bar and Pizza. The band sounded fantastic—the members’ hard work showed during the entire performance. Currently, the band is focused on writing new music and recording an album. For more information on Subourbon Outlaw, visit www.facebook.com/subourbonoutlaw. Subourbon Outlaw’s drummer, Eddie Airada, recently endured the Lucky 13.

What was the first concert you attended?

The Warped Tour in 2006.

What was the first album you owned?

The Ramones, Leave Home.

What bands are you listening to right now?

Social Distortion, The Transplants, Tiger Army, Rebelution, Alkaline Trio, and Pennywise.

What artist, genre or musical trend does everyone love, but you don’t get?


What musical act, current or defunct, would you most like to see perform live?

The Ramones.

What’s your favorite musical guilty pleasure?

The new Blink-182 album, California, with my boy Matt Skiba from Alkaline Trio on guitar and vocals.

What’s your favorite music venue?

The Fox Theater in Pomona is pretty cool.

What’s the one song lyric you can’t get out of your head?

“And that’s the word that I believe in. So I keep on tryin’. That’s the time I get to where I’m goin’. Anyway, that’s the day marked on my calendar,” Nick 13, “Someday.”

What band or artist changed your life? How?

Mike Ness of Social Distortion, with his lyrics.

You have one question to ask one musician. What’s the question, and who are you asking?

To John Bonham: “Can you teach me your ways?”

What song would you like played at your funeral?

“Angel’s Wings” by Social Distortion.

Figurative gun to your head, what is your favorite album of all time?

Fuck, I don’t know that I can pick just one. I’ll say all three albums from The Transplants, because that shit is a mixture of my favorite styles of music.

What song should everyone listen to right now?

“7 Days a Week” by Don Carlos. (Scroll down to hear it!)

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Brian Blueskye

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Brian Blueskye moved to the Coachella Valley in 2005. He was the assistant editor and staff writer for the Coachella Valley Independent from 2013 to 2019. He is currently the...