NASHVILLE PUSSY guitarist Ruyter Suys is featured in a new interview with UK-based KomodoRock.com. An excerpt is available below.
Q: You've been signed to a few labels since starting Nashville Pussy. Do you think it's important in the current industry to which label you're signed to?
Suys: "It's difficult to say because often the record label you're signed with is not the one that fires you (laughs). I would like to think it's important because it's always good to keep good company. Now were with SPV who we share with MOTÖRHEAD, which I don't want to complain about as you can't really get better than that, but the last label we were on had Ted Nugent, which is fine with me as well and we have always kept good company. It just depends what happens in the poor dismal music industry, if they can keep afloat (laughs)."
Q: Talking about the poor dismal music industry, I think it's the poor dismal world at the moment.
Suys: (Laughs) "Yeah, the world caught up with the music industry."
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