Chris Hesse from Humboldt/Hoobastank set for KSLG interview on Tues. Nov. 22!
Chris Hesse was born and raised in Humboldt and left the north coast to pursue music in So-Cal when he was 20 years old.
That was back in 1994. He then answered a drummer-wanted ad and formed a band with Doug Robb and Dan Estrin. Now, almost 17 years later, Hoobastank is still together, still touring the world constantly and they've sold over 10 million albums along the way.
On Tuesday (Nov. 22) at 7 p.m., Myles will ask Chris about:
His Humboldt beginnings, meeting the members of Hoobastank for the first time, how the guys from Incubus were instrumental in launching his career, Eureka's Mr. Bungle as an influence, their forthcoming new record that's produced by Gavin Brown (Metric/Three Days Grace/Billy Talent), playing USO shows, riding in Black Hawk helicopters and much more!