I wanted to play the piano before I even wanted to ride a bike, but my father didn't think it would be a good idea to waste my time with no guarantees of being any good, so I had to wait a very long time to buy my own piano and start learning. It's never too late. You only have to hit the target once. I have a podcast now that has nothing to do with music, but it's my main business, and I take some freelance jobs, also not in music, but I'm saving every penny I can get my hands on to buy more time and freedom to create the music I love.
Music is the little crazy place where I feel sane and have a purpose in life. So, to cut the philosophical bull****, it's everything; it's what I live for.
I dream of scoring a feature film one day.
I would introduce music and art into the core of every educational curriculum around the world.
Luciano Pavarotti, Amy Winehouse, Scorpions
To tell stories that do not need translation to be felt and understood.
There's no one message. If I can have someone listen to music, that is more than enough a message for me.
I wouldn't know how that feels because I have never done that before.
Get back some of the old sponsorship model that brought glorious music and art to the world, such as Mozart's and Beethoven's
I really love Drooble. I haven't been here long, but I feel it's like home. Artists who meet artists and everybody is so nice and supportive. Let alone the features you have, which are insanely good.
Not having enough time to spend on my music while I have to spend most of my time trying to make ends meet, which is a noble thing, I know, but I wish I had more time to create music.
No, because everything is so repetitive, and people keep creating replicas of hits, but very few artists, especially the famous ones are creative these days. It's all about the guaranteed money over musical adventures.
A big social media following and a prolific portfolio.