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Arin Ilejay Interviewed Backstage In Detroit By 101 WRIF.
October 15, 2013, 10:12 am
Filed under: Arin Ilejay, Avenged Sevenfold, Interviews

Arin Ilejay was interviewed backstage in Detroit, MI by 101 WRIF and talked with Lyndsey about going from being a member of Confide to being a member of Avenged Sevenfold and the biggest difference between the two, selling out Wembley Arena, what he feels he brings to the table, what advice he would give up-and-coming bands and musicians, small venues vs. arenas, bouncing his ideas off of the band in the studio and more.

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“Kid A” haha *—–*

Comment by Ana Tillmann

ILE-JAY? I thought it was pronounce ILL-AY?

Comment by Z.Burns

Ive heard those and Ill-eh-hi. Lol I feel like most radio ppl just call him arin for that reason.

Comment by Matt

I still haven’t figured out how to pronounce his last name XD Everyone says it differently.

Comment by Alikz

Does anyone else feel that the band is having him cover what seems like every interview to assert his place as a member?

Comment by SynVanSambora

i think johnny and zacky are happy they have someone else to share interview duty with now at shows lol they all do radio ones.

Comment by lauren

It is pronounced as Ill-Ay, Zacky confirmed this in an interview, however I think Arin is used to any mispronouncation of his name haha :)

Comment by Matt Kreeft

We barely heard from Arin…and yes now we get like 3 interviews in a row with him.

Comment by Joel Paz

And thus, Kid A was born. Let it be known there’s no going back :)

Comment by Eduardo Hernandez




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