Exclusive Interview with DE LA TORRE

Exclusive Interview with DE LA TORRE

Desmond Child produces DE LA TORRE. He is a member of the Song Writers Hall of Fame.

If you haven’t heard about DE LA TORRE, then you’re missing out. DE LA TORRE is a talented group who puts on an amazing show. Their music is something you will want to keep listening to over and over again.

Here’s a link to their YouTube channel.


DE LA TORRE is on the rise. They have even been featured on Nickelodeon as guest stars for the show “100 Things to Do Before High School.” Additionally, their music videos have thousands of views on YouTube. If you find yourself in Europe, you could catch a DE LA TORRE concert while they are there for their European tour.

Desmond Child produces DE LA TORRE. He is a member of the Song Writers Hall of Fame. He has written many songs for Bon Jovi including “Livin on a Prayer” and “You Give Love a Bad Name.” Furthermore, Desmond has written countless of other hits for a wide variety of artists including Aerosmith, KISS, Meat Loaf, Alice Cooper, Katy Perry, Zedd, Ricky Martin and many others.

A list of DE LA TORRE members are (from left to right)

  • Drums: Landon Hall
  • Lead Vocals: Anthony De La Torre
  • Bass: Jaron Moore
  • Guitar: Trevor Moore

Interview Questions:

When did you guys start the band?

We started in Nashville around Jan 2015.

How did you guys meet?

Anthony met Landon in Nashville, both moved out to LA where they met the Moore brothers, we all jammed together and it just clicked.

What are you currently working on?

We just finished our first EP.

How would you describe your music?

We are a rock ‘n’ roll band. We don’t like putting ourselves in a box or a category because all of our songs are very diverse.

Who are some of your musical influences?

Linkin Park, INXS, The Strokes, Bon Jovi

How did you meet Desmond?

Anthony had a YouTube channel in high school and Desmond saw some of his videos and contacted him. This lead to their partnership. The rest of the band met Desmond through Anthony.

What is it like working with Desmond?

It’s amazing! He’s a living legend. We are very grateful and very blessed to have him as a mentor as well as a collaborator

How did you get connected with WorldArts?

Anthony met Jayson Won, the COO of WorldArts, at an industry event.

What is your logo about?

Eagles symbolize strength, goodness and freedom. Plus, we just thought it looked cool.

How has WorldArts contributed to your career?

WorldArts gave the band an opportunity to do an industry showcase on their WorldArts Stage which led them to be named one of the Top 100 Hot Unsigned Live Acts of 2015.

How does it feel being named one of the top 100 unsigned bands by Music Connection Magazine?

It feels amazing. We are blessed to add this to our resume, and it is good to know that we are doing big things and we're on the right track.

What’s in store for next year?

Going on tour, making music videos, and writing more songs for our next album.

Cover Image Credit: De La Torre Band

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6 Reasons You Should Binge Watch Haunted on Netflix

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Netflix released their show "Haunted" for the spooky season. The show tells the story of real individuals who have endured terrifying experiences with the supernatural. Each episode, an individual sits down with friends and family to retell their stories. During the retelling of the experiences, there is dramatizing of the events that give a horror movie vibe. The first season only has 6 episodes but leaves you wanting more chilling stories. You should go check out this show.

1. It's a spooky show

"Haunted" makes you want to curl up with warm blankets and freak out with any little noise you hear in your surrounding.

2. Short episodes

The episodes are short enough where you do not get bored with the plot nor the characters.

3. Every episode leaves you with some sort of cliffhanger

Whether the ending is a ghost grabbing a toy for a peace offering or leaving you to think aliens do scientific studies on humans.

4. You can binge watch it in a sitting

Every episode is roughly around 20 minutes, so two episodes in an hour. If you do not have anything going on for the day then completing the first season is no biggie.

5. No lingering spooks

Although the show is definitely spooky and does give you chills, you also don't finish the show being mentally spooked out. "Haunted" is more of a gateway show too much more terrifying shows or movies.

6. Believable spooks

You will believe in ghosts after this show because it is based on a true story! Okay, some episodes may seem really phony, but I blame the acting in the dramatization. It is the fact that the stories are based on true life that makes you question every noise you hear and every shadow.

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60 Black Friday Shoppers Massacred in Atlanta Walmart

Ah, more innocent lies claimed.


In another feat of terrific brutality, approximately 60 innocent bargain-hunters were brutally slaughtered in the annual Black Friday massacres. Each year in retailers across the country thousands of shoppers are kicked, stabbed, shot and trampled in a fervent effort by their stingy counterparts to lay their hands on some "good" deals.

This year saw the greatest number of people killed on Black Friday in an inner city Atlanta Walmart in 30 years. What exactly were the victims (and murderers) scrambling to buy? Only the highest quality assorted lint collections, used tissues and torn-up pieces of paper going for a mere $35.44 each. Talk about a steal! We were on the scene as the events unfolded and managed to get an interview with one of the bystanders named John Cruckstad.

"Well y'know ah just walked in this here establishment to pick me up some kazoos for my hootinanny on Saturday with my maw and paw and 29 cousins but then I heard gunshots a'firin and hit the deck."

We asked Cruckstad if he saw who was firing, which he affirmed.

"Twas a lady wearing a lilac beret and hollering 'If y'all don't hand me that sack of garbage I'm gonna scream and light somebody on fire!' Naturally, I did as I was told and hurled the nearest trash can at her. Little did I know, I just instigated one of the largest Walmart riots in Georgia history."

"The lady in the lilac beret lost her mind and started picking off people one by one. Eventually, somebody hit her with a an Elmo inflatable and knocked her out cold. Then everyone made a mad dash for the bargain bin. Unfortunately, half of my cousins were trampled underfoot. I don't know where the rest went, but it's not looking good for them," said Cruckstad.

We offered our condolences for the loss of their lives.

"Eh I never liked em anyway," said Cruckstad.

*This is satire/fiction. This is not real. No customers were hurt in the making of this article.*

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