The Scream Queen and Rainbow Llamacorn again! We tag teamed an interview with Producer Jake from Space Zebra the other day!

In our interview he talks about what it means to him to support our Veterans, especially since his Father is a Veteran, we asked him what he thinks people need to be more aware of with Veterans, and he replied “I’d have to say understanding that not everyone’s experiences are the same and there’s a lot more backs tory to it other than the label of a Vet. There has to be a little bit more understanding for them.”

Jake also talked about the Space Zebra Battle For The Big Stage and shared who his favorite Artists on the show so far, which are all unsigned bands. He said that the main goal is to highlight all of the bands and give them the notoriety they deserve. Check out some of the Artists he mentioned below!





Jake talked about The Space Zebra Mourning Show Podcast, which can be streamed on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music. The idea came because they wanted to give the bands that were featured on the DWP Twitch channel more exposure. They wanted to make a way for people to listen to these Artists if they can’t make the streams. 

Jake also discussed Bobby Schubenski’s birthday fundraiser which is being streamed live on Twitch August 30th. All proceeds will be benefitting the Living The Dream Foundation. More information about the stream can be read below in the official press release courtesy of Amy Sciarretto of Atom Splitter PR! 

Living The Dream Foundation, known for making dreams come true for terminally ill music fans at all of your favorite festivals, has teamed up with Space Zebra co-founder Bobby Schubenski (also of Blackcraft Cult) to celebrate his birthday with an all-day event streamed live on the DWPresents Twitch feed from The Musician’s Institute.  All proceeds from the stream will benefit Living The Dream Foundation. The event runs from 10am to 7pm PT and is powered by DWP, which is crucial to the impactful work that LTDF does in connecting artists with their fans, and will be co-hosted by Living The Dream Foundation CEO and Pierce the Veil frontman Vic Fuentes. Fans can expect special guest appearances by musicians, artists, sports figures, and various other celebrities, as well as some live performances, and even a battle of the bands. The latter will serve as the August finals for the DWP Battle for the Big Stage competition. Two bands will go head-to-head to win the chat vote, which will determine who advances to the championship round in October. These bands are battling for a main stage spot at Welcome To Rockville in November. Confirmed participants thus far include: M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), Brandon Saller (Atreyu), DED, Pierce the Veil, Ray Luzier (Korn), Kellin Quinn + Nick Martin (Sleeping With Sirens), Tyler Connolly (Theory Of A Deadman), Jacoby Shaddix (Papa Roach), DJ Paul (three 6 Mafia), Mark Holcomb (Periphery), Maria Brink (In This Moment), Adam Elmakias (photographer), Jeremy Saffer (photographer), Bayle (WWE), Malaki Black (AEW), Ryan Ashley (Ink Master Tattoos), Dennis Rodman, Mike Williams (Los Angeles Charges), Chanel West Coast (MTV’s Ridiculousness), Jose Mangin (Sirius XM), Emo Night, and more to be announced. In addition, Living The Dream Foundation is thrilled to announce that they will resume doing in-person Dream Days at ALL Danny Wimmer Presents festivals such as Inkarceration, Louder Than Life, Aftershock, and Welcome to Rockville this fall.  To recommend a Dream Day, please visit Living The Dream Foundation. ABOUT LIVING THE DREAM FOUNDATION: Living The Dream Foundation, which was founded in June 2007, is known for providing rich and rewarding #DREAMDAY experiences for children and young adults who are courageously battling life-threatening illnesses. A #DREAMDAY can include meet & greets with their heroes, VIP access to concerts and special events, hanging out behind the scenes, hospital visits, surprise gifts, and most importantly, lasting memories that the guests and their families will treasure forever. The organization works hand-in-hand with the music, sports, entertainment, and social media industries to create unique and impactful experiences for their guests. The overall goal is to help them understand and embrace the powerful message of truly “living the dream” each day, regardless of their affliction. The organization pivoted its mission during the COVID-19 pandemic, enacting virtual #DREAMDAYS for fans. Past Dream Days have featured Corey Taylor, Third Eye Blind, and more.
ABOUT DANNY WIMMER PRESENTS: Since 1995, music industry veteran Danny Wimmer has been producing concerts and festivals, both large and small. In 2011, he formed Danny Wimmer Presents, which now produces several of the largest rock and alternative festivals in the U.S. By combining A-list talent with local cuisine and culture, DWP has become recognized within the industry for delivering the highest-quality entertainment experiences to fans, artists, sponsors, partners and host cities. DWP creates memorable and all-encompassing festival experiences, leaving both consumers and partners with lasting and meaningful impressions. DWP will continue to add new music festivals to its already stellar portfolio, which currently includes Aftershock, Bourbon & Beyond, Epicenter, Hometown Rising, Louder Than Life, Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival, and Welcome To Rockville. Previous DWP festivals include Rock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion, Northern Invasion and more.  In 2020, DWP launched the popular digital series Offstage with DWP and Beyond the Barrel, and ventured into the digital content curation space, promoting pay-per-view live streams. In 2021, DWP launched the DWPresents Twitch channel, garnering an impressive audience of over 1M worldwide fans in the first month of original programming.

Authentic Mosh Apparel will also be holding a special event for the stream in Jacksonville, FL. For those of you who are in the Jacksonville area, you can buy tickets the day of the show at the door for $15. The first band will be performing around 2:30PM EST. Defy The Tyrant, The DOOD, M99, NIBIRU, and Level the Planet are all scheduled to perform.

Jake also discusses Wes Borland’s absence from the show and how he’ll be wearing a 17th Century British Captain Naval suit while crowd surfing during Limp Bizkit’s set at Aftershock. He also talks about which bands he’s most looking forward to seeing on the Danny Wimmer Presents festivals, which includes Slipknot, Metallica, Falling In Reverse, Crown The Empire, and Butcher Babies; where he wants to initiate a Wall of Hugs during their set at Louder Than Life!


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