I think as a human being, if you can do something to impact someone's life, that's about the greatest accomplishment you can have.
A band is like a family. There's love and hate.
Have pride and entertainment. I think that a lot bands just don't know how to do it anymore or they lost interest in it or don't care and are just cashing a paycheck.
Music crosses cultures and language barriers and it makes people feel good.
Music is a potent energy force.
Just ask yourself what record you played over and over again when you were depressed or what record made you really happy? Those will never change and you should never be embarrassed by it.
People tend to forget that we tie our life history to music like the soundtrack to your life in many more ways than just having a hit record on the radio.
If you came to my house and said, "Well, here's the new Katy Perry record," I would give it a listen, but these records are constructed by producers in production houses with no human beings playing on them and it's interesting, but we grew up with human beings playing on records.
I'm a blues guy and I listen to blues all the time and blues is timeless.
The longer you live, the longer you hear the repetitiveness of things. So, it's hard to get excited about new stuff.
If you're asking me have I purchased a CD, a DVD or downloaded a current artist? The answer is no.
You can create art that makes people feel better.
You can kill somebody, but I wouldn't advise that.
Take away all the emotional baggage of any band's fight, be it The Beatles or The Stones, but in the end, you just enjoy the creativity. That's what the legacy is.
As long as you want to pay to see a band, what makes the band want to get better? Nothing! Really! The Stones are, God knows, horrible beyond horrible, but it doesn't stop the fans from paying money to see them decompose in front of your very eyes.
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