Please explain what just happened.

I just got back from the west coast where we filmed the music video for my single “Beautiful Day.”  Getting to act out a song that you’ve written is one of the most exciting and fulfilling experiences. Also, while out there, I got to visit the headquarters of 94.7 The Wave, the Los Angeles radio station that just picked up my other single, “You Baby.”  I loved meeting the team and had a great time.

 

What is your earliest memory?

I have a steel-trap memory, so I actually remember quite a bit from my early years. Appropriately, I think one of my earliest memories is of me sitting in the bathtub and my dad had this old cassette player propped up on a stool.  There was a song playing, and to this day I can’t remember the words or who sang it, but I can hum the melody perfectly.  My childhood was colored by music.

Please explain what just happened.

I awoke to the feeling that the dream I’d just been having was still going, and then I ate breakfast.

 

What is your earliest memory?

Lying in my crib, staring at a complex pattern on brightly colored wallpaper.  I remember feeling irritated -– whether it was the wallpaper or because I wanted to get up and move around, I don’t know.

 

If you weren’t a musician, what other profession would you choose?

It would have to be writing in some capacity; it’s the only thing outside of music that I could picture myself doing.

Please explain what just happened.

I just caught some kind of sickness and had to play a concert. My voice kind of went out halfway through the show. After the show, I arrived at Houston airport at 1 a.m. My flight is at 7a.m. Good times…

What is your earliest memory?

Throwing up through my fingers in Sunday school class with my hands over my mouth, trying to stop the vomit. My efforts were unsuccessful.