Rocket Norton Interview
From Canada comes the five member group Prism. Having released two albums on Ariola/America Records, "See Forever Eyes" and "Armageddon," Prism is attracting a dedicated following wherever they play. The group with its present lineup became a reality for "Heart" in front of 40,000 people in Seattle, Washington. Since then they've toured with the Doobie Brothers, Dave Mason, and Meatloaf. They were also a featured act at the "Canada Jam." Drummer Rocket Norton talked with us about his group.
Q. Does everyone in the group have an equal say about the music you'll perform?
Q. Is it difficult for a Canadian group to get recognition in their own country?
Q. How do you see the group?
Q. Superstardom brings an enormous amount of pressure. Would Prism endure or would you break up?
Q. Efrem Zimbalist's daughter made the statement to the press that like her grandfather, she respects an honest craftsman like a good bootlegger, over the most successful rock star. Is being a rock star worse than being a criminal?
Q. The time will come when there will be no Prism. What will you do then?
Official Website: www.prism.ca
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