"I'd prefer to be married when I have kids." The 47-year-old's bandmates and 120 of the couple's friends were on hand to fete the newlyweds as they exchanged their vows.PHOTOS: Star engagement rings "The whole thing was just about family and friends," he shared.Billy asked the band where they fit into today’s music genres.“I don’t know where we fit in…If I can write a good song and a lot of people can relate to it, that’s the only space I want to fill,” He said “I’m just trying to stay focused on being a good song writer.” Listen to the complete interview in the audio above.Headed back to town Monday night for a show at Northerly Island with special guest Phillip Phillips, I spoke with Goo Goo Dolls guitarist and vocalist Johnny Rzeznik about fond memories performing at Cabaret Metro, his band's latest EP , and managing expectations after the crossover success of singles like "Name" and "Iris"... '" Despite the new pressure and expectations, the Goo Goo Dolls didn't just duplicate the success of "Name," they eclipsed it.For over thirty years, guitarist/vocalist Johnny Rzeznik and bassist/vocalist Robby Takac have made up the core of Buffalo rock band Goo Goo Dolls. "Iris" was released in 1998 as part of the soundtrack to the Nic Cage/Meg Ryan film and hit #1 on the modern rock, pop and adult contemporary charts en route to becoming the most played song of 1998.
Gallo wore an Enzoani gown and Rzeznik donned a dark green Gucci suit for the occasion."We'll start with one and deal with it from there," he told Us.PHOTOS: Celeb engagements This is the second marriage for Rzeznik, who divorced his first wife in 1997.The marriage is the second for Rzeznik, who divorced his first wife in 1997.Billy asked John whether the band still needs to practice. I had a couple of songs, I had a couple of new songs that I really loved and I thought they were great…No body buys albums any more everybody buys singles, so take the best material you’ve got and put it our every few months,” he said.