Mr. Big's voice Eric Martin thinks Indian audience to be hardcore, loyal

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov. 22 (ANI): Eric Martin, the voice of hard rock band Mr. Big, who recently rocked the Hard Rock Cafe in the national capital to mark its 10th anniversary of the chain, feels the Indian audience to be 'hardcore' and 'loyal.' In an exclusive interview with ANI, when Martin was asked about his experience of performing in HRC, he said, "I'm honoured to be a part of India's 10th anniversary; I'm a true believer of the power of music. HRC keeps the rock n' roll dream alive." He thinks Indian audience to be "dedicated hardcore and loyal fans" and calls himself India's No. 1 fan." Further speaking about his association with 'Mr Big,' the singer said, "Billy Sheehan (bass guitarist) gave me a call through a mutual friend of ours Mike Varney who ironically discovered Paul Gilbert (guitarist) and Richie Kotzen. The two of us enlisted Paul and Pat torpey (the greatest drummer in the world) to form a band. It was 1989; in one week of meeting and practicing we wrote our entire first album. I kind of knew that this band was special." (ANI)