Please explain what just happened.

We just finished writing, engineering, and producing our third album, Always, Anyway.  Doing everything ourselves, while at times arduous and frustrating, has afforded us the time and creative freedom to present this new material exactly the way we want it to be heard; we are all very excited about this release!


What is your earliest memory?

When Taylor (my sister) was born.



If you weren’t a musician, what other profession would you choose?

I’ve always wanted to work in marketing.  Specifically advertising.  I’d love to come up with concepts for ad campaigns.


Describe a typical work day.

I wish I had a typical work day.  Every day is different for me.  Sometimes a typical workday begins with a long van-ride to a city I’ve never heard of; sometimes it begins with a good melody or lyric and an inspiring studio session.  If I’m not out playing music you’ll find me in our studio working on 3LF stuff or producing local bands.


Is there a time you wish you’d lied?

I don’t think so.  There are, however, times when I wish I would have told the truth.



What would you say to yourself if you could go back in time and have a conversation with yourself at age thirteen?

Don’t sweat it.


If you could have only one album to get you through a breakup, what would it be?

William Fitzsimmons – The Sparrow and the Crow.


What are three websites—other than your email—that you check on a daily basis?

Thepier.org for the latest in rock and reggae.
BBC News.



From what or whom do you derive your greatest inspiration?

It’s hard to say where inspiration comes from.  Music, nice weather, bad weather, good food, traveling…


Name three books that have impacted your life.

The Power of One; The Botany of Desire; The Giver.


If you could relive one moment over and over again, what would it be?

That sounds terrible! Like that movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray.  Special moments are special because they are fleeting.  Right?



How are you six degrees from Kevin Bacon?

A friend of mine works as a server to the box seats at Citizen’s Bank Park here in Philly.  Kevin Bacon was in her section once and overheard her talking to her friend about Three Legged Fox.  He turns around and says, “I’ve heard of them!”


What makes you feel most guilty?

Spending as much time away from everyone as I do.


How do you incorporate the work of other artists into your own?

Sometimes directly, by collaborating with artists that I look up to.  For example, on our last album, Not as Far, I asked Jacob Hemphill (SOJA) to write and record a verse for the song “I Believe.”  I’ve been a SOJA fan for longer than 3LF has even existed so it was truly an honor to work with him.



Please explain the motivation/inspiration behind Always Anyway.

Our newest release, Always, Anyway (drops August 16), is our proudest musical accomplishment.  We’ve learned so much since our inception.  It’s taken us a while to figure out how to deliver our vision and we feel that this album is truly representative of our band.


What is the best advice you’ve ever given to someone else?

There is always enough time.


List your favorite in the following categories:  Comedian, Musician, Author, Actor.

Mitch Hedberg.
William Fitzsimmons.
Michael Pollan.
Charlie Sheen.



If you had complete creative license and an unlimited budget, what would your next project be?

Shoot a music video on the moon.


What do you want to know?



What would you like your last words to be?

“I’m right where I’m supposed to be.”



Please explain what will happen.

Our new album, Always, Anyway will be available worldwide on August 16th.  We’re planning several national tours beginning in September so please check our tour schedule at www.threeleggedfoxlive.com for updates.  Other than that…who knows?

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It has been five years and two albums since Three Legged Fox first came together as a four piece in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia, PA. The alternative rock/reggae band - made up of KYLE WAREHAM on guitar & vocals, Kory Kochersperger on drums, Tommy Mosca on lead guitar, and Mark Carson on bass - has played over 350 shows and have supported almost every major national reggae band that America has to offer, including Rebelution, SOJA, John Brownʼs Body, Tyrone Wells, The Black Seeds, Barrington Levy, and The Wailers, to name a few.

Looking back on their history, Wareham shares, “Weʼve come to understand that those first five years were the groundwork, the foundation of where we are at today, the groundwork for this new album we are releasing, and ultimately, this moment.”

On Tuesday August 16, 2011, the band will release their highly anticipated, third full-length album Always Anyway digitally, worldwide. Named as one of The Pierʼs “Most Anticipated Albums of 2011,” this self-produced album will unveil 12 brand new tracks, showcasing the bandʼs unique brand of reggae mixed with alternative rock sounds. Over two years have passed since Three Legged Fox has released an original song, and a lot has happened in the world since then. On Always Anyway fans can expect to see reflections and references to recent events, from the Wall Street bailout, to the earthquake in Haiti, to several love songs.

The first single off the new album will be Let You Down and a music video for the song, will be unleashed on Monday August 1, 2011. Following the album release, Three Legged Fox plans on touring to promote the album in major cities nationwide.

One response to “21 Questions with Kyle Wareham”

  1. Eileen Saunders says:

    Okay Kyle. I know it’s late. It’s 2021. I just found this via Google.
    Love and miss you lots!
    If it wasn’t for your parents, I would never have known about your massive talent. Well, actually, my daughter Sue Saunders who grew up next door NEXT DOOR! to your grandparents told me all about your music a while back. You are so brilliant and talented. And, yes, very good looking.

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