Interview with Fee Waybill!
Since 1972 Fee Waybill has been the lead singer of the legendary rock band THE TUBES, and a driving force behind the classic rock hits “She’s a Beauty” and “Talk to Ya Later”. Fee recently released a brand new solo album called “Fee Waybill Rides Again”. The album was produced and co-written by the multi-talented Richard Marx, and includes contributions from Chris Daughtry, Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger and drummer Josh Freese. Seven years in the making, Fee’s incredible new album debuted in the Top 10 on Amazon’s New Rock Releases Chart.
Born John Waldo Waybill in Omaha, Nebraska. The name Fee came by way of a bass player who thought Waybill looked like the King of Fiji, pictured on the cover of a National Geographic magazine, and began calling him “Fiji” which eventually was shortened to Fee.
About The Tubes
The San Francisco band which pioneered theatrics in rock ‘n’ roll long before MTV and music video made it fashionable, will embark on a national tour in which, for the first time, they will perform their hit 1981 album, The Completion Backward Principle – their first for Capitol Records, produced by Grammy-winner David Foster – in its entirety. Led by lead singer Fee Waybill – known for an array of characters which include iconic, glam-rocking, stacked-heel vocalist Quay Lewd and punk parody Johnny Bugger – The Tubes’ current line-up also includes original members; drummer Prairie Prince, guitarist Roger Steen and bassist Rick Anderson along with longtime keyboardist David Medd.
For more information, visit https://www.thetubes.com/