Q&A: Soul Kiss Rekindles Its Career with Delmar Hall Concert

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Q&A: Soul Kiss Rekindles Its Career with Delmar Hall Concert


Johnson, Kevin C., St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Soul Kiss, which got its start in the 1990s, is embarking on what's not quite a reunion . The St. Louis rock band instead calls it a rekindling.

"We've gotten together and done reunion shows in the past," says guitarist Jeff Faulkner. "This one is to kick off the band getting back together to play more shows on a regular basis."

The band, once a Pointfest favorite known for the song "Itch," performs Saturday night at Delmar Hall with a new horn section in tow.

Q - How did the new round of shows come about?

A - It was singer P.J. Sharamitaro's idea. He's been playing with his own band, Empire Grove, which is more funk-based, and he had a yearning to play that Soul Kiss stuff again. He gave me a call, and I was totally up for it, though I have Vote for Pedro and Three Pedros. I missed it and wanted to do these fun, loud rock songs where I can turn my amp up. That's always fun for us guitar players. We got hold of John, our original bass player, and our drummer, Mark Oyarzabal.

Q - How'd the idea come about to add a horn section (Kevin Kobielusz on tenor sax, Philip Watt on trumpet and Chris Cheek on baritone sax)?

A - We've always been a four-piece. …

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