Video: Clay Rose In-Studio


Clay Rose, member of Gasoline Lolipops and representative of Widow Bane, performed in the KCSU studio on October 24, 2018. He responded to questions about both bands during his interview. (Josh Schroeder | Collegian)

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Clay Rose, of Widow’s Bane and the Gasoline Lollipops, visited us in our KCSU studio to perform acoustic renditions of the songs “Old Bayou,” “Burns,” and “Come Here To Die” live on air.

Clay may get a little offended if you tell him that he resembles Mortimer Leech, the frontman of The Widow’s Bane. “He’s very loud, very offensive. Not a guy you want to hang out with,” Rose said about Leech during his live in-studio session with KCSU. Rose’s distaste for Leech is an unique form of self-deprecation and performance art, as Leech is a fictional character that Rose steps into when playing with The Widow’s Bane.

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Filmed by: Joe Greene, Chandler Sorenson and Sam Bulkley

October 24th, 2018 in the KCSU Studio

Edited by Joe Greene and Sam Bulkley

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