On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl and Mitch Lafon interview Taime Downe and Steve Summers.  These chats took place on May 4th, 2018 backstage at the M3 Rock Festival.  Big thanks to Gina Migliozzi for setting up the interview with Taime!

Topics with Taime Downe include his health, missing the 2017 M3 performance, new Faster Pussycat music, the upcoming tour and much more.  Drummer Chad Stewart chimes in toward the end of the interview.

The interview with Steve Summers from Pretty Boy Floyd starts 28:30 into the episode.  Topics include the M3 Rock Festival, the new album Public Enemies, Frontiers Records, the Feel the Heat single and much more.

Taime Downe and Mark Strigl at 2018’s M3 Rock Festival.

Check out photos of Pretty Boy Floyd and Faster Pussycat taken by Nicholas Dumont and Mark Strigl at 2018’s M3 Rock Festival here!

 

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Faster Pussycat at 2018’s M3 Rock Festival. Photo by Nicholas Dumont.

 

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