Quite some time ago now, I announced that I was working on trying to interview Of Mice And Men on the American Dream Tour. This tour is selling out, in fact just under half of it has sold out. It appears as though people are quite excited to see a lineup of Bring Me The Horizon, Of Mice And Men, Issues and Letlive.
As exciting as this is for the bands, and fans alike, that fact has left this journalist in a state of concern. I am hoping to attend the second date of the tour, which is on February fourth, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Unfortunately, that date sold out before I was able to purchase a ticket. All hope is not lost though, I am still working on possibly attending anyways, but some things are up in the air.
I originally asked for the interview over a month ago, and was forwarded to another guy. This guy has been as helpful as he possibly can be, and I appreciate that greatly. He's doing the best he can, and to add to that, he sent me to another person that I'm sure will do the same thing. My concern is just rising, due to the fact that the show is two weeks away and I am still unsure if I will be getting this chance or not. Not to mention, its a three hour drive across the state, just for financial reasons, I need more than a day's notice.
So, if anyone out there is reading this, please join me in the crossing of fingers and toes whilst hoping with everything I've got, that this interview will happen.
Also, if you have any questions for Of Mice And Men, please send them to me in a message on Facebook. That is the easiest place to reach me at. Just please do me a favor, do not just ask me to tell Austin Carlile things. If you wish to tell him something, you can do it yourself by Tweeting him at @Austincarlile. I cannot spend my entire time with the band relaying messages to Austin Carlile. Not to mention, I do not know who I am going to get for the interview, and there are other very important members of the band too. Always keep that in mind, for every band. Its not just the singer that counts, every member is important.
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