Deliverance is about what I went through the first time. And I chalk it up as a learning experience.
Well not really to get attention, but to entertain, but you know to show some elements of rural life as well, it kind of blended all in, its kind of like a mockery in a sense, kind of stab back at people that have those stereotypical ideas of the south.
If you take any populated place - any major city in America - and drive 45 minutes from that spot directly out of town you'll be in about as country a place as you'll ever find.
You know, I think when people fly the nest a little too soon, as far as getting involved in movies, anything beyond the music can make it suffer, I just want to make sure that I'm not that guy.
I think the true rock fans are pretty loyal.
I took it upon myself to paint a better picture of rural life and what it is all about.
I'm not normally a jewelry person. I'm supposed to be a working class champion and all, and I don't like to rub my success in people's faces.
Rock fans are pretty fickle, too, you know.
I feel that my ear candy is a little different from the ear candy most people are receiving right now.
I had deeper, more reflective songs on the first album.
I wanted to tell my story in a way I haven't done before, things I've been going through in my life.
The same things go on everywhere, whether you're from the city, the country or wherever.
We never got on a big, big tour, but we did a lot of spot dates.
A lot of people thought I was going to be a one-hit wonder, so I had that chip on my shoulder.
Whatever is about you that is translated into your art, that's gonna keep you completly original and fresh and I just think that, that's just the best advice I can give, to an artist creatively.
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