A little bit of advice for aspiring bands out there; touring in Texas in August is not a great idea when you sweat Jack Daniels. For the details, we talk to Saving Abel guitarist, Scott Bartlett.

Yes, Saving Abel switched up on the vocal duties. But for, Jason Null (guitar), Scotty Austin (vocals), Scott Bartlett (guitar), Eric Taylor (bass), and Steven Pulley (drums), change is easy. The boys are currently out on the road with friends Trapt, Saliva, and Alien Ant Farm among others on the Make America Rock Again Tour.

We managed to catch Scott before an engagement in the great Lone Star state after clearing the sleep from his head to talk about how goddamn hot Texas is in August; no one should have to sweat out their Jack Daniel’s from the night before. He also talked about how the new lineup was working out and, of course, spent a few minutes on his brand of clothing with a very personal twist on things.

For all of the other juiciness, you’ll have to turn a fan on and straddle up to the audio and listen for yourself. But we, at the National Rock Review Division of Rodeo Clown Affairs, promise that the next few minutes will be worth it for the diehard fans of Saving Abel that have always wanted to talk to one of the guys one on one.

It’s all about finding that balance between enjoying your fans, family and friends and having a business that allows you to play music for a living, if we can go fishing and have meals with our fans and it helps us be able to stay on the road, we’re all for that, hopefully we can do this forever.” ~Eric Taylor

Did you see the guys at the Whiskey-A-Go-Go? Let us know your thoughts. Have you seen them along the way on the Make America Rock Again Tour some place else? lLt us hear you on our Facebook or Twitter feeds.

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After getting the photo bug in the far, past days of black and white film, Erich continued to develop his eye for photography which lead to stops in the sporting, art, wedding, and eventually concert music worlds. Now, doing more writing for National Rock Review, he has entered into the journey of getting to know the artists and the industry, not just the faces on the other side of the lens.