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article imageChatting with Price Adam Troche Jr. from Larger Than Life Special

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 5, 2017 in Music
Wantagh - On September 29, Digital Journal sat down and chatted with Price Adam Troche Jr., the newest member from the boy band Larger Than Life.
Price also discussed the digital transformation of the music business, and he spoke about his greatest professional moments this summer with Larger Than Life.
The boy band just celebrated their two-year anniversary performing at Mulcahy's. "It's exciting. There is such a history and an energy that comes from this place. It's really awesome to be able to be a part of it," he said. "It's cool being brought on to this process, especially this year when things have really taken off. It has been a whirlwind. That's for sure."
His proudest moments include having his parents see the Larger Than Life boy band show live at a small venue in Las Vegas. "That was definitely my proudest moment," he said.
Other stand-out moments this summer for Price included sharing the stage with such musical acts as Ryan Cabrera, Joey Fatone from N SYNC, as well as O-Town. "Trevor [from O-Town] is one of my best friends. He's like my brother," he said. "We did a karaoke night in Los Angeles together, so it was cool to share the stage with him in a different format."
Price continued, "Performing with Joey [Fatone] was also cool, especially when we were singing straight at each other. You can see all the smiles on the fans' faces. All the boys in the group were super into it. It was so spontaneous and an unforgettable moment for sure."
Digital transformation of the music business
On the impact of technology on the music industry, Price said, "It has made it easier to distribute with YouTube and Soundcloud. Technology is giving power back to the creative process of the individual, rather than going through the means of getting a record deal. It is actually really cool to be a part of the technology age, where all this new music can be coming at you in literally a moment's notice."
Price added, "I do miss the tangibility of a hard copy. I actually bought a record player so I can start buying records. There is resurgence of vinyl. I remember opening my first CD, and having the booklet, and going through the booklet, the liner notes and the artwork. It's the same thing with the vinyl, where there is artwork, which is really special and I never want to lose that. It's like having a book with pages vs. having an audio book."
Regarding the use of technology in his daily life, "I promote Larger Than Life or my acting gigs on Facebook and Instagram. I use GarageBand for Mac to make mixes for things. Definitely for social media aspects."
On October 13, Larger Than Life will be back at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall, with Lance Bass from N SYNC as host.
To learn more about the boy band Larger Than Life, check out their official website.
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