Music gives me an artistic sanctuary in which I can express myself.
My hopes are to someday have major label artists record my music, or even better that I can record my music on a label.
I would start by making it illegal for garment manufacturers to produce skinny jeans or pants of any sort for men.
Judy Collin's cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now"
I can't live without Tom Petty, Paul Westerberg or the Replacements, Goo Goo Dolls to name a few.
Being able to write songs that people who listen to me can remember and enjoy.
Don't give up on love, but if you do...drink.
Indescribably numbing, I lose track of time and faces. I feel really good when I see folks tapping their feet or fingers to something I am playing.
I think certain genres get squashed in favor of what is considered hip or cool. Like in Tulsa, country, red-dirt styles crowd the forefront of music. Songwriters can get discouraged because you can't fake a genre.
Drooble is neat...a lot of folks get to listen to your music and likewise you can listen to other artists and can then get or give feedback.
Being panned in favor of someone playing the same old generic Oklahoma style music wearing a John Deere hat and and a pair of Justin work boots.
Attend gigs of folks who support or like my music.
If I had that answer...well anyways
Desi and Cody is a Tulsa duo that really blends some nice genres into a style that is relevant and reflective. Buddy South is an Oklahoma city country rock band that has a nice clean sound with something to say.