It's peace for my soul. It gives me focus on something calming and sweet instead of the problems facing myself, my family and the world.
I'm living my music dream - I get to play live every weekend. I don't make much money - most times none, but it doesn't matter to me. I have a great day job, so I am fortunate enough to get to play music strictly for fun. I love it and those listening love it too - it really shows when you're not stressed to keep the gig.
I would rid the United States of all current politicians and start over with a brand new group of good and honest people who love their country and its people.
House of the Rising Sun - Eric Burden and the Animals
There are many, but I tend to lean toward acoustic artists, so probably James Taylor, Paul Simon, John Mayer and Ed Sheeran - to name but a few.
My wife, my family, my friends and my life.
It's all about love and passion
For the most part, probably the pay. However, from a realistic point of view, we are not a NEEDED commodity. Although, neither are sports figures or actors.
Still new here, so not sure yet. However, it seems pretty cool what I've seen so far.
Nothing any more. I used to be frustrated about not getting a fair shot at the big leagues. However, I no longer care about that. I've learned to enjoy the time I get to perform when it's available. I do it now for fun only, not because I HAVE to.
Yes when I can. I go out and see some of my favorite musicians and sometimes, when possible, sit in too.
I don't know the answer to this one.
Some of my friends in both Michigan and Las Vegas. Jim Horn, Kevin Gard (RIP), Greg Howard, John Windsor, Patti Thomson, Thornetta Davis, Greg Orr, Michael Soli, Michael Lucarelli and Bob Ashman.