While out in Phoenix for the opening night of Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare, John 5 set aside some time to chat to the guys at Flash Wounds. He talks about his pay per view streaming show John 5 and The Creatures, gives his thoughts on the next Zombie records and reveals what he likes to watch before he goes to sleep.
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FlashWounds Interview: John 5 on His “John 5’s Creature Feature,” Live Pay-Per-View Event, and…Bedtime Rituals?
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Editor’s note: While reveling in fearsome fun that was Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare in Phoenix, Arizona, our own ddd was lucky enough to grab John-5 for a few minutes before the mega-talent ~ who has become a frequent and very welcome guest on FlashWounds’ pages ~ headed onstage for the opening night concert (and you can be sure we’ll be bringing you full coverage of the musical madness that ensued…we’re just easing you into October…) that kicked off a weekend that only RZ ~ with a little help from his friends ~ could create…(and once again, stay tuned for the full report we gave you a sneak peek at here). Special thanks to Kristine Ashton-Magnuson, Nancy B. Sayle, and of course John himself for making the interview possible.
What do you do when you’re a guitarist who has worked and continues to work with some of the biggest names in rock/metal, a celebrated virtuoso spoken of in the same breath as Malmsteen, Satriani and Vai? When you’re also a respected solo artist and a tireless road junkie who enjoys shredding his way around the world?
What do you do?
“Every night before I go to sleep, no matter where I am in the world, I watch one of the Universal monster movies ~ Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, Creature From the Black Lagoon, those movies are so great and I have loved them since I was a kid. They are like a warm blanket to me.”