V: Not much, just ready to
learn something about Kongos.
V: What do you do?
V: Do you also write?
V: You mentioned that you
were brothers, can you tell me more about that? A lot of the bands we’ve
gotten to know have been best friends or they owed each other money
there is some type of tight relationship. How does this particular bond
as brothers work with your music?
V: And you guys grew up in
V: When did you guys start
making music professionally?
V: When I see your videos,
they really show a lot of you guys performing live and when you talked
to me in the beginning you talked to me about how you guys as brothers
have that live element – it really makes a difference for you
all. Seeing you all performing live in your videos and knowing that
you guys perform a lot, I have to ask, what’s the difference in
the importance a live performance and a recording of the musical performances?
V: When you guys write your
music what kind of story are you telling to the audience?
V: Do any of you have children?
V: So with that in mind it
is apparent you all are just working hard together like that. What are
different personalities that Dylan, you Jesse, and John bring to the
Jesse- he’s a really technically minded guy, he’s also a really good engineer of the group. He is very organized and he finishes the job. Teaches us how to finish what we start
Johnny- is one the best musically in the family
Dylan- is the best looking in the family. He writes songs that none of us have written yet. Straight from the heart! I really like his song “What’s going on” that’s one of my favorite songs on the album. That’s a uniquely Dylan sound on the song
I’m the youngest in the family. so I’m the most immature
V: How do you think your
parents had an influence on you guys musically?
V: Why did you guys call
V: Lastly, what would you
like your fans to know as a group?