The acting thing is the side benefit of becoming a little bit well known with my music.
'The Storms We Share' has been a project that I've been working on for so long.
I love North Carolina.
My family was all musicians. We jam all the time.
I was a good student. My mom is a teacher, and her side of the family is all teachers. She put a big emphasis on getting good grades.
When I got signed, I wanted to be involved in a charity, but it was hard because I didn't know which problems to start with.
Whether or not I would be able to be an actor without the music I'm not sure, but I feel pretty lucky to do it.
The reason I like doing these acting projects is because no matter how much acting I do, I'll always have music in my life. I love having both.
I didn't see myself doing TV. It's time-consuming.
I grew up doing theater and music, and in fact, I spent more time doing theater, and I'd do music when I could.
I have come to terms with the fact that it's called pop music - that's what I play, and that is what I write. I think it is a pretty broad category.
I like to read really good books - anything that's really great, whether it's fiction, non-fiction, how-to, or whatever.
Kids think books are cool, especially when they see that people they think books are cool are reading.
Most entertainment careers aren't going to end in fame.
Music is what I do naturally.
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