The Butcher has a brilliant idea.
Although many wrestlers have dabbled in the world of music while in the midst of a pro wrestling career, 'The Butcher' Andy Williams has been in the music business since he was eighteen years old. Although his band Every Time I Die disbanded earlier this year, Williams still has ideas to stay involved in the music scene.
On the latest edition of The Sessions with Renee Paquette, Williams revealed a brilliant idea he recently had that could cross over the worlds of his two career paths.
"Now that the band is done, I'm not currently working on music. My brain is still there and it wants to work. I have this cool thing I want to do with wrestlers and my band friends and kind of do shows where it’s like a band guy versus a wrestler guy and they just do DJ sets. I’ll MC the thing. You know how it is, there are some wrestlers that just don’t have the personality to put them on a microphone. But, there’s also band dudes like that, you don’t want to go putting a guitar player up there that can’t talk. A dream would be like Orange [Cassidy] versus, cause Orange’s music taste is like all over the place. There’s times where I’ll see him vibing with stuff, like pop music that I don’t know about. He’ll just be in his own head listening to it and I’ll always ask him ‘Dude, what’s going on? Tell me about that, I wanna hear it’. Then he’ll tell me what he’s feeling when he listens to a song. I don’t know, as a musician and a student, I love hearing that stuff. So I’d probably do like Orange versus a metal dude and see how weird the room is."
The Butcher's band had some fans within the AEW locker room, including Jeff Hardy. To learn more, click here.
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