I'm doing exactly what I want to do, and I'm having fun doing it.
When you're a kid, you have this feeling like you're indestructible. Your mortality doesn't even occur to you. But as time goes by, you realize, 'I better cut this out or that out if I want to continue to exist.'
I got arrested once on stage in Memphis for looking too much like Liza Minnelli.
I still do a lot of shows with Brian Koonin, but we haven't had a full band lately.
My father was a Norwegian tenor and my mother a New York Irish librarian.
Playing music is the best thing in the world. It makes show business almost bearable.
I'm not impersonating anybody. I'm perfectly satisfied with what I am.
It's really a drag to do the same project over and over again.
The first Latin music that blew my mind was bumba, which was a Puerto Rican beat.
When I'm sleeping I do a lot of living.
I've been around the block a couple of times, and the guy I am now is the guy I like to be.
As I recall, my life as a child was so all-consuming that I barely had time to consider the future.
Most bands are commercial enterprises. But I'm not in one of those bands.
Music is my love and to me acting is more mercenary. I don't pound the pavements for roles: if it happens, it happens. I hate that auditioning thing.
Everything I've done I've just fallen into.
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