1. Where are we talking from today?
A. Atlanta Georgia.
2. What would you like to accomplish in 2019?
A. I would like to get an opportunity to perform with a full slated band, presented to an audience that just loves being entertained.
3. What is your take on politics?
A. The World is a Stage!
4. Growing up, how important has music been in your life? Can you recall the moment when you decided that you wanted to be a musician? Was it an easy or difficult choice to make? Music is something that is grown within you, how important it becomes is up to you the individual.
A. I became addicted to music when I was about 8 or nine years of age, my brothers and cousins were my inspiration. Getting in the music business wasn’t a choice or a decision, it was in my DNA.
5. Was there ever a time when you thought about doing something else? If you weren’t a musician today, what could you see yourself doing?
A. Well, actually, I love a lot of different things that exist in life. For example, I went to college on a four-year athletic scholarship, football and track. I played semi pro football for 4 yrs, I learned a couple of different trades, including, electrical, and instrumentation, I’ve also recently acquired my C.D.L license. I love to explore different challenges in life.
6. What has been the biggest surprise so far about making music your career? What has been an unexpected or welcome challenge to it all?
A. The biggest surprise to me is that the same obstacles that exist in secular music, blues, etc. exists in Gospel Music field as well. Crabs, Crabs, Crabs. Getting your music heard, played, introduced or what ever on broadcast radio stations.
7. What was it like putting together your EP?
A. It takes time to put together a good project.
8. Who are some of your favorite artists or rather, what musicians have continued to inspire you and your music? Who would you absolutely still love to work with in the future?
A. Of course that would be Prince (R.I.P.) I learned a lot from him, in the short time I spent at the warehouse. His work ethic was impeccable. The late great master of the vocoder, Mr. Roger Troutman, gave me the confidence I needed to take charge of the stage. I have no preference, I would love to work with anyone that loves music.
9. What has it been like keeping up with your social media accounts and all of the different platforms?
A. Is it hard to stay up to date on it all? What would you say is your favorite way to connect with your fans now? Well, we all know that FB is one of the most familiar ways of keeping up with your fans. I’m not up on some of the other accounts yet, but I hope to expand those connections real soon.
10. If your music was going to be featured on any TV show that is currently on now, which would you love it to be on? Or if you prefer, what is a movie that you love that you wish your music was featured in?
A. Well, I think that any platform that showcases an artist music would be much welcomed. I would like to finish a movie that I’ve written, and feature my music in it, if you really want to know the truth. I produce a demo, you can check it out on you tube “Mary Ann” The Incident.
11. At the end of the day, what do you hope people take away from your music?
A. That it is different, and ads a refreshing taste to the Southern Soul Blues Genre.
12. When you are not making music what else do you enjoy to do?
A. Handyman work, Handyman. Building things, connecting electricity,
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