Who I am musically I hope will just keep changing and changing.
If you get raised up having everything you want and then get put out in the world and try to live your own life, you've never had anything to train you how to live.
I don't want to sound arrogant or anything, but I just always knew that my career would be playing music.
I didn't just want to put something out that I wasn't satisfied with.
I definitely have a firm, fixed idea of what compromise is for me.
I always knew I wanted to be a musician.
Cause I enjoy both, I enjoy recording and playing live, but yeah, the rush of playing live is really something.
But I needed to prove to everyone that I was a serious musician.
And as I got older and played more, people began to forget about my age and took the music more seriously.
You know, being able to, in my mind, have a song that you know doesn't really have any loose ends or you know, extra fat in it, so to speak.
Yeah, but Jesus is the most important thing to me and I want to be bold about it.
I feel so blessed, and God has been so good to me.
I have way too many songs that have music but don't have lyrics.
I've literally become comfortable with approaching whatever style of music at any time.
I've been in fortunate position of never really having to battle with my record company to do the things I wanted to do in the studio.
I'm glad I've learned what I've learned when I learned it.
I'm glad I didn't know certain things earlier, because then it wouldn't be any fun.
I wanted to have something that I was proud of and that I knew people would enjoy.
I think you have to know exactly what you want. Whether you want to be a guitar player or a musician, you have to be really focused on it if you really want to do it.
I think my favorite thing is the mystery of life - it makes you feel that much better about accomplishing something.
It's just satisfying for me to be able to write kind of like a finished, nice product.
I love all kinds of different music.
It seemed at first that everybody was more concerned with my age.
With the style of music that I do, I don't think it's at the top of their agenda to push me into doing any compromising material.
When you get just that right audience and just that right sound on stage and you can just sit back and kinda just let it happen and it's not really any work. I love those moments. Nothing can beat that for me.
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