Thanks to Logan for answering these questions:
What can we expect to see from Katchafire over the next year?
A huge world tour... collaborations and working on another album.
Who would you most like to support live?
Jamiroquai, cause he's cool... or the Little River Band cause there mean!
How do you believe Katchafire fits into the NZ music industry?
Reggae pioneers, big brothers.
What can you never leave home without?
What is in your CD collection at home?
Everything, listening to Julian Marley's new album 'Awake' right now, very nice.
What is your favourite place in NZ to be?
Next to the water in summer with a cold one.
How do you keep in contact with your fans?
Through the website and social networks - Twitter, Facebook etc.
KATCHAFIRE - ON THE ROAD AGAIN
From humble roots reggae beginnings in 1997 as a covers band with a name inspired by The Wailers debut album 'Catch a Fire', to their current status as troubadours of Pacific spirit, Katchafire have refined their craft with their latest offering - a testament to organic Aotearoa reggae. Three magical years in the making, and with a charged sensibility on their new album, Katchafire breathe new life into their reggae odyssey with On the Road Again. It is an album that that rings true to the faithful, holding a flame to the fine balance of classic roots reggae, with a r'n'b and funk rub.
Katchafire are no strangers to success, they are truly 'World Famous in New Zealand' with a double platinum debut album 'Revival', a platinum follow up 'Slow Burning', 2003's highest selling single 'Giddy Up' and the critically acclaimed 2007 release 'Say What You're Thinking''. They are also revered throughout the Pacific and are part of the staple diet in the Californian reggae scene.