TobyTalks: The Toby Knapp Interviews

TobyTalks: The Toby Knapp Interviews

Raw. Real. Emotional. Toby Knapp's interviews have made national and international news... and these are those conversations...... Show More
September 25, 2019 8 min

#TobyTalks: It's all new. And it's back. iHeartRadio's Toby Knapp returns to interviewing some of the biggest artists in music with this episode of #TobyTalks. In this chat, he talks with Fitz from Fitz and the Tantrums about the massive success they've had on their most recent album,“ALL THE FEELS, ”on keeping the "indie" vibe while finding massive commercial success, on being a dad, dealing with stuff facing the world today and the songwriting process. Their new song, “I Just Wanna Shine” is available to stream and download now HERE. The band has also released an official music video for the track, which is out now HERE. “I Just Wanna Shine” is featured in Walmart’s official back-to-school campaign, beginning today and running through September, on both TV and online. 

“ALL THE FEELS” is available for pre-order now along with special album bundles as well as exclusive new merchandise at the band’s recently re-launched webstore. “I Just Wanna Shine” as well as previously released “All The Feels,” “I Need Help!,” “Don’t Ever Let Em,” and the album’s lead single “123456” come as instant grat tracks with each pre-order. 

Share
Mark as Played

Chat About TobyTalks: The Toby Knapp Interviews

Popular Podcasts

Solve
Solve
Solve is the hit interactive show where the audience is the detective. Listeners play-along as they attempt to solve cases, inspired by true crimes.
The Joe Rogan Experience
The Joe Rogan Experience
Joe Rogan's Weekly Podcast
Monster: DC Sniper
Monster: DC Sniper
From iHeartRadio and TenderfootTV, ‘Monster: DC Sniper’ reinvestigates the beltway sniper attacks. This true crime podcast places the listener in Montgomery County, Maryland on October 2nd, 2002 when an unidentified sniper began randomly killing people going about their daily lives. Host Tony Harris traces what investigators, journalists and the public learned from the first shot until the last and ultimately asks the question: Does the person convicted of these crimes ever deserve a second chance?