Karess Carter

Better Than Ezra Interview
Better Than Ezra Interview

We are just a week away from the Heroes and Saints show in St. Charles!! I’m so pumped to see all my bands like Tonic, Sister Hazel, Vertical Horizon and Better Than Ezra.

Last time BTE came to town one of my friends Lindsay roadtrip to be here. I introduced her to the band and I thought she would pass out from excitement. They put on such an incredible show! Rhiannon even had her own little Better Than Ezra tshirt size 2!

I think a lot of people are going to be blown away from this band live. I got a chance to visit with Tom Drummond from the band. Check out the interview, then get your tickets NOW!

 

 

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