The Offspring Visit Kidd Kraddick
April 14, 2009 at 8:27 AM (PT)
Making their first-ever appearance on a Top 40 radio show, DEXTER HOLLAND and NOODLES from THE OFFSPRING explained a much deeper meaning behind their newest single on nationally-syndicated KIDD KRADDICK IN THE MORNING. The song was inspired by a real-life event that took place in lead singer DEXTER HOLLAND’s life.
For the first time, HOLLAND is opening up to tell the story of a young girl from his childhood who was sexually assaulted. Although he suspected, he did nothing to help her. HOLLAND has lived with that deep secret on his conscience for years until finally putting pen to paper on the band's latest single.
HOLLAND told KRADDICK "I had an idea of what was going on, but being so young I just never did anything about it." He went on to say, "This is a song to say I’m sorry that it happened."
KIDD KRADDICK IN THE MORNING is syndicated by YEA NETWORK and is currently on 78 stations across America. For more info, visit www.kiddlive.com.