Horrible Celebrity Interviews: When Interviewers Act Unprofessionally

Horrible Celebrity Interviews: When Interviewers Act Unprofessionally

I have interviewed a few people in my day. Aside from a 2 year hiatus, I have worked in radio for 10 years and interviewed several artists on air including Little Big Town, Ty Herndon and T.G. Sheppard. I have also interviewed several people {for Examiner and my other blog} including Matt Paxton {Hoarders} and the Kentucky Headhunters. You can also check out my interview section on this blog to find interviews with Sister Hazel, Aaron Tippin, Dom McManus, Jackie Collins and more. So, I think I know a thing or two about how an interview should ideally go. Just like everything, there is a way to do something and a way to not do something. So, here are some examples of horrible celebrity interviews.
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Exclusive McFarland USA Cast Interviews #McFarland

Exclusive McFarland USA Cast Interviews #McFarland

Calling all Kevin Costner fans! It’s just a little over a week until we can see Kevin Costner in McFarland, USA. Opening 2/20/15, this story of unlikely heroes stars Costner as a coach who works to turn a group of Latino kids from a disadvantaged school into into an amazing cross-country team.
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Swoosie Kurtz Talks About Her New Book And Her Strong Foundation

Swoosie Kurtz on Mike and Molly - Image Credit TVGuide.com

She’s one of those people you see in literally everything. Swoosie Kurtz {currently on “Mike and Molly”} has done theater, movies, TV, and now you can add author to the list. Eat Play Rock recently got a chance to talk with Swoosie Kurtz {pronounced like Lucy} about her illustrious and varied acting career and her new found role as caregiver.
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A Chat With The Hardest Working Man In Country Music: Aaron Tippin

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Aaron Tippin

In the 90s, Aaron Tippin emerged as one of the biggest acts in country music with hits like There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong With The Radio, Kiss This and That’s As Close As I’ll Get To Loving You. Known as “The Hardest Working Man In Country Music,” reading this interview will show you just why he earned that reputation.
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A Chat With Sister Hazel’s Mark Trojanowski

Sister Hazel ~

Sister Hazel talks to Eat Play Rock about Hazelnut Hang, Rock Boat XIV, touring and more

With catchy and meaningful tunes like “All For You,” “Change Your Mind” and my personal favorites, “Champagne High,” “Your Winter” and “Thank You,” Sister Hazel has been cranking out tunes to a very receptive fan base {with diehards known as the Hazelnuts}. You should see how many Twitter followers they have! Their unique blend of pop, folk, Americana and country sounds and accessibility to fans has helped to secure Sister Hazel’s longevity in a changing musical landscape that has lasted since the mid 90s. Eat Play Rock got the change to talk to Mark Trojanowski, the band’s drummer, to see what Sister Hazel has been up to.

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Black Sabbath’s Founding Drummer Bill Ward Talks Art @billwarddrums

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Bill Ward Talks Art Collection and Black Sabbath | Eat Play Rock

Even if you are not a heavy metal fan, you’ve heard of Black Sabbath. Their iconic song, “Iron Man”, can be heard blasting at just about every high school and college football game in the country. With metal standards such as “War Pigs”, “Changes” and “Paranoid”, Black Sabbath is without a doubt the kings of heavy metal and have been doing there thing for over 40 years now. For the majority of those years, one man has been the back beat and rhythm of the band, drummer Bill Ward. Ward was the Black Sabbath’s original drummer and has been with the band for the majority of their recording career. Even after Ozzy Osbourne’s departure and Ronnie James Dio’s initial hiring, Bill Ward was still there.

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