June 11, 2008

Samantha Maloney who has toured the world drumming for HOLE and MTLEY CRE, produced scores for films, including "Black Hawk Down", and acted on the silver screen recently conducted an interview with Maynard James Keenan (TOOL, A PERFECT CIRCLE, PUSCIFER) on Keenan's vineyard in Arizona. The lengthy chat, which aired yesterday (Tuesday, June 10) on Maloney's web TV show "All Access" on ManiaTV, can be viewed at this location. A four-minute preview is available below.

"Most interviews with musicians are incomplete portraits of the people behind the music. 'All Access' is about showing people who these artists really are and what it's like to hang out with them in an intimate setting," Maloney previously said.

"'All Access' represents a new approach to music television, offering music fans a unique perspective on major and emerging artists from the viewpoint of the artists" said ManiaTV VP of Music Programming, Stefan Goldby. "From the live performances to day-in-the-life experiences, 'All Access' takes our audience behind the velvet rope, inside the home and into the hobbies of some of the biggest and most exciting names in music."

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