You have to work with the ideas and give them a little push.
I went in for an operation to remove a brain tumor.
Regardless what technology is, I like analog too.
After the accident Black Sheep was pretty much at an end.
I was a drummer, and I did a little singing too.
Without getting real personal, we liked our bass player Ed. He was a great guy and he was a good bass player but his playing was suited for a different style of band.
It's only in the seventies that I put the sticks down and I moved to the front.
As long as I continue to put forth who I am and what I believe, than I think it all balances out.
Beginning to create again was something that I took for granted but I never will take it for granted again.
I find singing some of Foreigner's older songs are a little reckless and not exactly who I am now.
I gave my life to Christ about 1991.
I go to the gym five days a week and I have a personal trainer. I am on a strict diet, which is kind of hard to keep up with on the road, but I stick to it as well as I can.
I opted out of the band.
Maybe some people have written us off, but I think the new music today has also invigorated us.
The future is finally something that we can now put into focus.
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