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When I was driving home after registration, I heard this song on the radio, a guy singing about not ever going to class in college…
The first song that I remember writing in its entirety was when I was 9 years old. I wrote it on a bus, on a…
I would spend hours absorbing every intonation, every inflection – how the singer would convey a sentiment and how it would sound coming out of…
I started growing my audience in small clubs through word-of-mouth. I started making music that isn’t necessarily commercially viable, and it’s not necessarily marketable to…
When I was very young I knew that I wanted to be in show business. I knew that I wanted to be an entertainer.
Growing up, my imagined life as a musician was something along the lines of me lounging in a Learjet en route to a swelling outdoor…
When I tend to belt, it kind of reminds me of like a more ’60s girl doo-wop kind of belting.
Jazz is progressive, and it’s alive.
I’m always inspired to write, and it’s usually my own life experiences that inspire me.
I want to tour, everywhere I can, all of the world.
I want to play more festivals.
I grew up with my mom; it was just the two of us.
For ‘Way Down Low’, I was particularly inspired by a breakup I was going through and a transition I was making from Austin to New…
Very often, writing a song is a process that happens to me rather than one that I instigate. I feel a song coming on and,…
Few things parallel the bonding that occurs post-performance when congratulatory remarks are awarded, regrets are confessed, and gossip is exchanged.
New York musicians rarely have the time for idle chat and conversation after a gig. Despite popular assumption of our scintillating after-hours, that illusion is…
I have a very specific memory of watching ‘Singing in the Rain,’ and looking at myself in the mirror after watching it and perceiving myself…
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