This past Thursday night Reggie and the Full Effect hit the stage at The Pike Room in Pontiac. This tour is in support of the newest album, No Country for Old Musicians, that was released at the end of last year. The band has been on the road since January with dates spanning from Philly to L.A. and then back to Philly again. Although the tour is winding down, if you are reading this and there is a date in your city still, make sure you pick up tickets and head out! Or if you are from Detroit and missed this show, go on a road trip! Tons of fun with a set list full of both new and old favorites.
Before Reggie hit the stage in Pontiac, Sadie was lucky enough to sit down and chat with James Dewees, the man behind Reggie and the Full Effect and an amazing musician that has also been part of projects like The Get Up Kids and Coalesce, amongst others. We'd like to take a second to thank James for taking the time to talk to us and for being such an awesome, nice dude. Take a few minutes to check out this interview full of fun facts about Reggie and the Full Effect, stories from the road, and info on the new album. You might even find out what "Boots to the Moon" means.