JOHN-ANGUS MACDONALD of THE TREWS: “I Want to Write Songs That Mean Something to People”

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The achievements of rock n’ roll heavyweights The Trews are many and mighty, highlighted by multiple radio hits drawn from seven critically acclaimed studio albums plus several EPs, a pair of live records, and a retrospective. The band’s 2021 release, “Wanderer,” emerged with their fiercest and most accomplished songs to date, taking the band further into the realm of rock greatness.

The TrewsColin MacDonald [singer/guitarist], John-Angus MacDonald [guitarist], Jack Syperek [bassist], Chris Gormley, and Jeff Heisholt [keyboards]are currently on a US tour that started January 24th in Boston, MA, and wrapped it up last February 5th in Chicago, IL.

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Correspondent, Robert Cavuoto, spoke with guitarist John-Angus MacDonald almost at the end of the tour, about the band’s latest release, how they captured their signature sound, the challenges of hitting the road post-pandemic, and the legacy the band wants to leave behind. Listen to conversation below  and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, Sonic Perspectives is on Facebook, Flipboard, Twitter and YouTube, where you can be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.


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