Interstate Stash Express / Press

“It’s an exciting time to be an ISE supporter, and the band has a firm grasp on what it will take to be successful in the future.”

“In the music scene these days, finding a talented power-trio is a tough job. We just don’t find bands with guitar, bass and drums too often in the jam band market that wow audiences and climb the ladder of success. The Police, Cream, Rush, ZZ Top and Nirvana all had the right chemistry, were leaders of their time and only had three guys in the band. But now, deep in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, there’s a new band emerging and the guys with Interstate Stash Express think they can bring back that simple, rock-driven sound to concert goers who value great music. ”

“Steamboat Springs — Lyons-based rock band Interstate Stash Express comes from a different place, a throwback place formed in the minds of guitarist Terry Kishiyama, bassist James Smith and drummer Thom McKee. It comes to life in their original rock tunes. They might seem out of place in the modern music industry, but it’s where they’re comfortable. “It’s like the late 1960s and Cream kind of place,” said Kishiyama, who first heard Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” when he was 3 years old. “I don’t listen to much new stuff. Maybe Them Crooked Vultures, North Mississippi Allstars and The Black Crowes, but I think it’s because they sound old.” See Link for more”