Throughout the years I have tried to hone my skills to gain mastery over the music in my head.
I was really into Black Sabbath, but heavy guitars can really be very limiting, it's a great frequency and it's great fun to listen to but on the other hand, musically you can do a lot more without it.
Rock stardom and all that stuff like that was never like my main M.O., my main M.O. is musical growth, and if I become a rock star in the process, great!
We tune down a full step when we play but I never miss a note. I've learned how to keep my voice.
I think it's important to know your limitations too.
I wouldn't do just a tour, it would have to be an album, and the album would have to beat Pull.
We were lumped into the Lite Metal radio bands.
A producer should only be there to enable an artist to be himself.
As a musician, basically the masses never thought I was a musician.
I could play everything but could never take a lead. My brain just doesn't work like that.
I was just going more for what I've always been influenced by, European music.
I'd like to tour, but again, to tour my music now would take a bigger band.
I'm a child of the 70's; influenced mostly by albums that had a wide variety of style.
I've studied voice from a few different people for years.
In general, I don't feel artists should need producers.
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