Candlebox’s Kevin Martin Reveals the Band Will Play Free Mini-Set at the Buddy Holly Statue
Kevin Martin of Candlebox called in to KFMX to talk about the new album "Disappearing in Airports," plus reveal a special announcement for Lubbock fans.
Candlebox is back with a fire. Lubbock fans are eating it up, too. The show this Sunday, April 10 looks like it will sell out. Fans can expect a big dose of new music, plus the classics. Martin gives the lowdown on his gratitude and the new album in the video above.
"This record was so fun to make and we put ourselves under the pressure to make it in a very, very short time, which forced us to really work hard and dig deep for the songs we wanted, like Vexatious, which is not a normal Candlebox song," Martin said, chalking up the band's creative energy to the addition of two new guitarists. "I think we've delivered the best record we've made since the debut."
In addition, the singer confirmed that Candlebox will play a short acoustic set this Sunday (April 10) at 3 p.m. at the Buddy Holly Statue in Lubbock's Depot District.
We are excited to bring you another special performance with a great artist with the help of The Buddy Holly Holly Center. Everyone is welcome, but keep in mind that there are no open facilities on site. This will be a quick couple of songs in an amazing environment. We hope you'll drop by and check it out.
Candlebox's new record "Disappearing in Airports" drops Friday, April 22.