September 26, 2003 – 7:09 am
Longish and somewhat encouraging article in the Phoenix New Times:
“Adam Marsland, an indie rock singer-songwriter who, by his own accounts, spends most of his life on the road, discovered KCDX purely by accident one day while riding in his tour bus across the Arizona desert.
‘I usually don’t listen to the radio because it seems like it’s always the same old crap, no matter what city you’re in,’ says the 30-ish guitarist from L.A., currently on tour with John Mayer and the Counting Crows. ‘But one day I was flipping around the dial, and I heard a song that I never heard before that was kind of odd. Then I heard another song I didn’t know, then another one, then a song I kinda knew, then a couple of songs by some bands I recognized, but they weren’t the songs you usually heard by those artists. And it was really weird. I was calling up my friends in L.A., saying, Who does that song called ‘Creature From the Black Lagoon’? Was that Dave Edmunds? Well, they’re playing that on the radio here!’ And they’re like, No way!”