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Eve 6 - The Story Behind Their Reformation
Thursday, October 13, 2011

Comebacks are never easy, especially when your last big hit was a decade ago, but Eve 6, who were last on the singles chart back in 2001 with “Think Twice” and “Here’s to the Night,” have managed to give themselves a second life. Lead vocalist and bassist Max Collins, guitarist Jason Siebels, and drummer Tony Fagenson, after a brief break up, have reformed, taken the time to reach out to their fans, and managed to recapture the magic they originally had in the late 90s and early 2000s. While their content has matured, fans of their previous work, which includes songs like “Inside Out,” “Leech” and “Promise,” have grown with them, and the band hopes those fans will appreciate what they have to offer in 2011. I caught up with Eve 6 drummer Tony Fagenson to find out more about the band’s break up, eventual reformation, and everything they had to do to re-establish themselves in the music world. Fagenson also revealed why the timing of their breakup was, in retrospect, truly awful, and the truth behind their tweets with The Office’s Rainn Wilson.

Read the full interview at SubstreamMusicPress.com.

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