Serving as one of our first-ever interviews, Frank Turner is an artist we highly admire here at AMBY. While enjoying our time at Riot Fest Toronto, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Turner ahead of his set, so dive right into our conversation as we discuss random acts
What’s next for Frank Turner? He’s established himself as one of the biggest acts to emerge from the UK in recent years, has 5 albums under his belt in less than 7 years of performing as a solo artist, has spent the last few months touring North America and is
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I always love interviewing artists on-site because their personalities tend to completely shine through. When there's an opportunity to stand right beside them–and put them on the spot–I'm always intrigued with how each band member responds to a question; there's no real time to conjure up a scripted answer.
The first time AMBY interviewed this music legend was last August, right after he played the Olympics opening ceremonies and Reading & Leeds. Now almost a year later, AMBY caught up with Frank Turner while in Toronto playing the Toronto Urban Roots Festival. Frank is one of the most gracious
AMBY loves Frank Turner's music, and the same goes for his live performances. When I saw him in Toronto doing a solo-acoustic set, it was one of the best shows I've ever been to. So when he took the time to speak to us about his favourite concerts, we were