Megadeth's Dave Mustaine Films Reality TV Series Pilot (Top Story)
The guitarist's daughter, Electra, revealed the news in an interview with Rolling Stone. Electra says: "Everyone knows the story of Megadeth and who my dad is. That story has already been told. But the one that hasn't been told is what he's like with his family, what it's like for him to move to Nashville. And what it's like to have him walk into a tractor store and try to fit in. He is funny as heck."
The Megadeth leader made the move to the Nashville suburb of Franklin in late 2014 ahead of the sessions for the newly-released Dystopia album and in an effort to assist daughter Electra's aspiring career as a country music artist.
Mustaine tells Rolling Stone India: "The reason we moved out here was because I've made four records out here and all those times I was recording, I did live here. It really was comfortable to be here. The last time we were here, Electra was only two years old. We didn't know that she had the gift and once she started singing - I heard her sing one time and I was really convinced.
"I don't profess to be a singer first and foremost, I'm a guitar player that sings more than a singer who plays guitar. But with her, she really is. That's her strong point. For her, this is music city. It's all about country. It's where she's flourishing." Read more - here.
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