Here's the last entry in the series of interviews about the film "A Band Called Death." This time, I talk to the band members themselves: Bobby Hackney, Dannis Hackney and the latest addition to the band, Bobbie Duncan.
My interview with Scott Mosier is a testament to just how engaging and compelling the story of (and the story behind) "A Band Called Death" is. I wanted to cover some other subjects during our conversation, since Scott is an accomplished filmmaker, writer and podcaster — but we never made it past "A Band Called Death," which he produced. We geeked out about it for 45 minutes, and both of us could've kept going for at least another hour.
This is the first in a series of interviews (which I previewed a few weeks back) about the documentary "A Band Called Death." I'm kicking it off with the directors, Jeff Howlett and Mark Covino. The film tells the story of arguably the first punk rock record — which eventually became known as "...For the Whole World to See" after sitting on the shelf for 35 years — and the brothers who wrote and recorded the music (Bobby, Dannis, and the late David Hackney).