The songs come from a vulnerable place, but expressing that part of yourself can also make you feel fearless.
I never excluded any genre on my first record.
I'm sure every song has some kind of undertone of what I was going through with Chris. It was my life.
No matter what you do for a living all we have is music to get through certain situations.
I wanted this album to sound like a big crocheted blanket - to be warm yet to have a lot of space.
I'm a big fan of '70s records where artists could draw on whatever influences they wanted.
I've been in LA for 5 years now, and it's been very freeing creatively.
It's my sick fantasy to be a Cosmo cover.
My father, Fred Carter, Jr., is definitely an extraordinaire.
There's a lot of freedom for me living in L.A.
Yes, we do mimic our parents in a lot of ways.
My relationship with Music Row has always been, from my end, optimistic and hopeful that there is more than one way to approach the writing, recording, and marketing of an album.
Any album that I ever put out I'm going to send it to country radio first.
But once you become successful, everyone has an idea of what you should do.
I never listened to country music growing up.
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