And I think it would be nice for us to graduate, or at least try, and attempt to write more together. Q: You’ll be coming back to Denver without Jade this time. When things are sort of off and those things get handled, you know, things feel better.Tell me how the live show has changed without her in the lineup? And then when you fix the problems things sort of flow again.
Q: How have fans reacted to the change of the lineup? Every other show someone will ask where’s Jade, but there’s nothing I can do about it.“I would head up to Telluride just about every summer and every winter and ski and hike and all that,” said Ebert, the frontman of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.“My first time there I was probably still in my mom’s belly.” Today, Ebert’s father lives in the small town of Rico 40 miles south of Telluride.A: I’ve decided to try and not write songs without the band present. No one had really written anything and we started coming up with stuff on the spot, and it was great. That was the first time we really came in with nothing.
Up until now I’ve written the majority of our stuff. Q: How did what you came up with compare to what you normally write alone? The process of inception of a song is still a personal process between yourself and wherever thoughts and ideas and inspiration comes from.With the split occurring on their tour, it leaves fans wondering what’s in store for the band.