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One Question Interviews: System and Station

Ryan K. Heise (System and Station, vocals/guitar)

SPB: What is your most common touring fast food choice?

Heise: It all depends on how long you are out and how pleasant you want the van to be. We usually stick to grocery stores and try to avoid the fast food but the longer we are out we inevitably end up at a fast food joint. I would say Subway more then not but I love myself a Popeye's two piece meal with green beans, that's usually the last day of tour as to not break the band up! Honestly though, fast food can drag you down quick. Best to stay to the fruits and veggies kiddos.

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Words by Loren on Nov. 27, 2013, 5:51 p.m.

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