5 Lbs. of ROCK
Interview by Sheila Dianne Jackson
A few years ago, I was invited to be a part of a new, oral history archive on Women Who Rock, established by the University of Washington. The archive holds powerful stories of how women have used music as a tool for activism – and I was there to talk about Black Women In Rock. Every time I have an opportunity to travel to Seattle, I am introduced to sisters in the punk-grunge scene. And it was on one of those occasions, a colleague introduced me to EVA WALKER, lead singer of The Black Tones.
As a filmmaker, I would describe Eva as Awkward Black Girl meets The Jimi Hendryx Experience and the Energizer Bunny. Her love and passion for this music, is as real as it gets.
So here we go: 5 Simple Questions. 5 Amazing Answers. 5Lbs. Of ‘PUNK’ ROCK with Eva Walker. . .