Sin City Presents Magazine August 2016 Volume 3 Issue 8 - Page 53

I know you’re super busy so we’ll wrap it up with this last question for the up and coming artists. Is a career in music worth the risk?

That all depends on what your definition of worth is. If worth to you means money, it's probably not worth the risk. If worth to you means writing, recording, and playing music and not worrying about whether you'll make any real money at it, then it's totally worth the risk if you have a passion for it. Just remember though, if you don't have a lot of money, you're gonna be up against a lot of "princes in paupers clothing" and they will get more breaks and more people on their side than you.

Rock n roll used to come from the wrong side of the tracks. Not so much anymore. It's more of a playground for "the haves" these days than it is an artistic way out of the ghetto, so to speak, for the "have-nots". If you're young, poor and ambitious, I'd say try your hand at sports or computer science first and do music as a hobby. Make a lot of money at something else first, and then you'll have the opportunity to do a lot more in music than if you try doing it poor.

Now that’s real… you summed it up perfectly that’s one of the things I like best about you is that you just lay it out there. I’m sure you get a little flack from it sometimes and people may not always get your sharp sense of humor but you just keep being you. Thank you so much for taking some time out for us and our readers….. We’ll see you on stage in Sin City again soon. Remember you’re not a fan of the band if you don’t know the bass players name!

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