I have a new hobby and it’s pretty much logging.
When I feel like every day when I get up I’m writing songs, that’s the time to make a record.
Music’s cyclical. There’s always that next generation that always comes along.
I can’t stand making records.
As far as writing, it’s grown because I’ve really grown comfortable with who I am.
Bob Seger was a huge inspiration.
I’ve played shows with injuries before but unfortunately cannot overcome having no voice.
If I wanted the ticket to be a $200 ticket, I’d have made it a $200 ticket, but I don’t want it to be that.
The town I came from really had one industry, and that was furniture.
I don’t care if I starve.
I’m not a trust-fund type.
I think right now, you’ve seen these artists pop up over the last decade who’ve flirted with branching together a lot of different kinds of music. Some of them have been huge, and sold millions of records. And I think over time it’s become a little bit of what the industry can be.
I’ve always made music that was representative of real life.
The most important thing for me as an artist is having an identity.
I have a huge chip on my shoulder.