THE D4 GET LOOSE
The refreshing Kiwi quartet The D4, take time out from recording their second album as well as playing gigs in Japan and their native land, to let us inside the party machine that is their band. The Enigmatic and fun loving front men Jimmy Christmas and Dion Palmer openly discuss life on the road, the different array of personalities which makes up their group and give an insight into their amazing live shows.
Jimmy and Dion can be summed up by recourse to the name of the first track on their ‘6twenty’ album; ‘ROCKNROLL MOTHERFUCKER’. It is their spirit and openness that The D4’S ever growing fan base hope is going to catapult them above the ranks of The Datsuns’ poor relations. This is how some quarters of the music press seem to have harshly placed them in their estimations.
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Contactmusic spoke to Jimmy Christmas from D4 before they made their way up to Nottingham to play one of their first gigs in the UK.
So how are the English people treating you??
Yeah everyone has been great, all very friendly, we've been received well its all been fantastic, we're all enjoying being over here.
So how did you guys get together? Have you all been friends for long?
Well Dion and I have known one and other for quite a few years (as Dion shouts too f**kin' long) and Vaughn and Beaver have been with us for about 3 years.
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