Ally McBeal walks down the streets crying, looking for the right man. I don't do that.
Having drive is a big part of success, along with integrity. You need to have a clear vision of what you want and take the steps to achieve it, even if that sometimes means playing gigs in tiny clubs.
At first, I wanted to start my own label, but it was such a full-time job that it became too much.
For me, if 'Maryland' became half of what 'Searchin' My Soul' became, as far as radio play goes, I would be thrilled.
I always give the audience a variety because I want to make sure they hear the favorites and all that.
I can't really stop doing the music because it really feeds me.
I could have become a mime or a juggler, but I became a singer-songwriter instead.
I don't have much time for TV shows, but if I did, I'd watch 'Seinfeld' reruns.
I had a hard-core cult following of at least 12.
I had a very artistic bohemian childhood. My father was an actor and a mime.
I have played lots of clubs since I was 14, but I always did my own music.
I just kept making records, touring in Europe a lot, and then I had a baby in 2006, so my life has been very, very much family-orientated.
I love pop music, but I don't want to be Celine Dion.
I seem to be drawn to the really romantic songs.
I spend a lot of time working in the studio as a producer, not just a singer.
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