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Interview with Nadir D'Priest lead singer for London

Nadir D'Priest is the lead singer of Legendary LA glam band London, who founder Lizzie Grey even nicknamed the 'training camp for future rockstars’  in Decline Of Western Civilization part two. A set of extraordinary heavy metal god like pipes as heard on songs such as Werewolves In London and Russian Winter, London has regrouped in 2019 with a brand new album Call That Girl. I sat down with D”Priest and discussed the beginning of his tenure in the band and Londons future.

When did you decide you wanted to sing in a rock n roll band?
When I was a little kid I was a drummer so I basically started as a drummer and moved onto singing early in life.

Who were you early influences?
Black sabbath Led Zeppelin Three Dog Night YES Dio 1st album Deep Purple James Brown Sinatra and many more.

Tell me about your early groups and early experiences.
Bands I’ve been in? I started in a band called assassin in Pasadena California which moved me on to a couple other little local bands in Pasadena. …
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