By Hailey Sager--- Staff Writer, South/Southeast
sat down with Spencer Sutherland before he kicked off The Dangerous Tour in support of Before You Exit back in March! Spencer Sutherland is a pop singer/song-writer on the rise and you definitely want to get to know him now! Musiqtone.com
talked with Spencer about his must haves on tour and what it was like walking the red carpet at the Vampire Academy
premiere in Los Angeles!
Musiqtone: Hi Spencer! Thanks so much for talking with us at Musiqtone. Would you mind telling our readers a little bit about yourself, and what got you involved in pursuing music?
Spencer Sutherland: Hey! Thank you so much for having me! Ever since I can remember, I've always HAD to sing. Even in high school, I would play at all kinds of restaurants (mostly for free). Mexican, Italian, Greek... You name it, I played it! After I graduated high school, I got an opportunity to audition for a lady who is now my manager! Five days later, she put me on a show opening for Big Time Rush in front of 20,000 people! That's when I knew I had to do it!
Musiqtone: You just recently attended the Vampire Academy premiere in Los Angeles. How was it? What was it like walking the red carpet with so many of your entertainment peers?
Spencer: I had SO MUCH fun at the Vampire Academy premiere! It was so crazy and awesome to have all those cameras flashing at me because that's something you see on TV! It was also great to meet and hang with a lot of people in the movie!
Musiqtone: You just wrapped The Dangerous Tour with Before You Exit and Plug In Stereo. What are your essentials you must have with you on the road with you?
Spencer: The essentials that I must have on the road are: my headphones, hoodie, and Quest protein bars! All for obvious reasons. :)
Musiqtone: You always seem to select great songs to cover on your Youtube channel! What is the selection process like for picking your cover songs?
Spencer: Thank you so much! When I pick a cover song, it's one that I hear on the radio and it sticks out to me. After I choose the song, I take it and think "if this was my song, how would it go?" The outcome is usually different sound!