"For me, music is the ultimate form of self-expression. Words combined with the energy, mood and movement of music can convey so much more than words alone. That deeper connection within yourself and the connection with the audience give meaning to writing and performing."
Taking Me Back to You
Give Some Love
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1: What artist would you most love to work with?
Lyle Lovett. Why? There's just something about Lyle. He's charming and when he sings songs like "She's Already Made Up Her Mind"...there's something about the way he draws you in...
2: What instrument brings you the most joy?
Any instrument can be sexy...if you play it right! Although, I once witnessed a young guy from Austin playing an electric guitar...and #@%$*&!...not only was he skilled technically, but he played that guitar like it was an extension of his soul...
3: What was the worst advice?
Lose weight. I was in a band that was obsessed with physical appearance. I finally quit when I realized that it was not "my extra 5 pounds" that was keeping the band from being successful!
4: What was your first concert?
The Sugarcubes, New Order & P.I.L. in 1989?
5: What/where is the best road food?
I try to eat healthy by bring my own food on the road, BUT gas station hot cocoa/cappuccino clears out my sinuses like nothing else! It's baffling and amazing!
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
Allow yourself to be vulnerable. Your vulnerability is what allows the audience to connect with you and the music.
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?
Surprising? Hmmm...Journey? Ricki Lee Jones? It's all about the harmonies with both...and Ricki's style...her ability to capture presence and mood on her earlier albums...