I was born in Nashville, TN, I grew up in California, and I went to High school in Florida.
I went back too TN at 20 ,and I've lived in Nashville for the last 20 years, where I lived, loved, and sang in a band called Spoonfed. Recently I returned To FL to spend more time with my family, but now I'm back in Nastyville.
At 43-years-old I STILL don't know what I want to be when I grow up.
I don't know, I think that it's kind of a myth, the whole being a grown-up thing.
You know how it is, when your a kid, you somehow think that when you reach the age of 18, or 21, or 30, or whatever, that BANG! It's all just gonna click, and you'll know what's going on, and be an "ADULT".
Well,if you haven't figured it out yet, I think that's BULLSHIT!
I think that if you could crawl inside other peoples heads, you'd find that awkward, insecure kid that I suspect also lives in your head.
I have no problem "talking" about myself, but "typing" about myself...
Whenever people say that they won't disscus religion, or politics, I can't help but be reminded of a line from "the importance of being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde. Lady Bracknell:I dislike arguments of any kind. They are always vulgar, and often convincing.
Having said that...I am an accidental mystic, (If there is such a thing as an accident) Thusly I feel that every religion is RIGHT, but not compleatly.
As far as politics goes, I consider myself a radical in the mold of Thomas Paine.
In other words, the very idea that the democratic party is considered "left-wing" is absurd to me.
I am Tall, Dark, and Somewhat Unrepugnent
Kama, Dharma, Artha.
Singing, all modesty aside, yes I am a good singer.
Listening is important for that too.