Cambio caught up with Ryan Liestman, keyboard player for the Jonas Brothers, just minutes before his flight to Rio.
C: What did you do on your day off in Sao Paulo?
RL: We went and met Ronaldo and we played an awesome game of soccer in which I completely dominated as goalie.
C: What's been your favorites part of being in Sao Paulo?
RL: We went to a Brazilian steakhouse, a churrasceria, where they just kept serving me meat and it was completely awesome. I had all kinds of different things.
C: What was the strangest thing you ate?
RL: The strangest thing I ate was maybe a garlic bread cheese ball thing. It was very weird, but it was very awesome. Oh man! It was so good.
C: How much meat would you say you ate?
RL: Oh, I would say probably 2-3 pounds. At a certain point I said to myself, "Wow. This is way out of control. Stop yourself." But I couldn't because they just kept bringing more and it was so good.
C: Did you have any weird dreams while you've been in Sao Paulo?
RL: I had few nightmares. One of which involved our tour director Rob Brenner. I think he was extremely disappointed in me because I was late for something and I got in a lot of trouble. Then I woke up and realized that was just a dream. I saw him that day and he gave me a big high-five. It was so good!
C: Tell me about the plane you're on. Do you have to share a row?
RL: I get my own row. It's almost like a bed and it's completely awesome. It's the best way to fly.
C: Do you have any special routines when you fly or for sleeping on the plane?
RL: Normally I get on the plane and stack all my pillows up. I get three pillows and three blankets. I stack them all up and keep one blanket to put on me, so it's two blankets, three pillows stacked right up against the window. I lay back and I close my eyes and I think about how awesome the next show is going to be, because every show is so awesome. The plane ride really gets me set for that.
C: So far, what is one of the best memories you've had from this tour?
RL: Oh man, that is so hard to answer. I would go with the best memory so far on tour would be just the shows. They've been awesome. We've had so much fun on stage this year just doing a lot of stuff we've never done before. It's been just really fun.