Michael McCall Interview
by Preshias Harris for Country Music News International
Harris: Name your hero or role model, personally and musically, and why?
McCall: My father is my hero; he’s the most honest and hard-working person I’ve ever known. George Strait, is on my list as a performer. King George never jump to be “trendy;” he just remained true to himself.
Harris: If you could own a dream car what would it be? (Make/Model/Year/Color)
McCall: I would have a jet black, ’63 Chevy Chavelle
Harris: If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be?
McCall: The individual who last won the lottery! Yes in deed!
Harris: I would have loved to been there in music history when ___ happened…
McCall: When Milli Vanilli got busted for his lip sync performance.
Harris: If you had a super power, what would it be and why?
McCall: I would be a mind reader–for a million reasons, but it would be a great power to have on poker night!
Harris: You’re given a $10,000 gift card, you can only use it to go shopping; where would you go and what would you buy?
McCall: Guitar Center; I would buy gear, not necessarily guitars, but lots of hot gear .
Harris: If the whole world and everything in it had to be painted one color and you got to pick the color, what color would you choose and why?
McCall: My favorite color is the beautiful color of ocean or Gulf of Mexico. So, I’d say Sea Blue because it’s “happy.”
Harris: What’s your preference, a gal in a little black dress or denim and cowboy boots?
McCall: Lady in a black dress.
Harris: Outside food, clothing, and shelter what three things would you want to have/need if stranded with on a deserted island?
McCall: Knob Creek, a guitar and a bedside fan (hope there’s electricity or a generator!).
Harris: What’s your “girl crush” song?
McCall: “80s Mercedes” (Maren Morris)
Harris: If price were no object, what would you like for your next birthday?
McCall: I’d be pleased to receive a yacht (or just a large house boat) with nice living area so that I could spend long periods of time on the water.
Harris: If a title could be penned to a movie about your life, what would it be called?
McCall: “The Waiting;” I’m very impatient. I’ve managed to chase hobbies, work, music and my personal passions that all have a “wait time.” For instance, becoming a good guitar player takes not hours, but years!
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