...I am just transported – I have no idea what is going on around me and I am at peace. Until someone comes into the lounge, right in the middle of a pivotal moment and says “Hey Mum, can you make me a sandwich?”.
“Geez, Beethoven didn’t have to put up with this s^&*”, I think to myself....
The Cure performing in Singapore in 2007. Left to right: Porl Thompson, Jason Cooper(back), Robert Smith, Simon Gallup. Source: Wikipedia.
Right about the time I released “The Way I Feel” from the It’s My Sin Album, I was asked to be the support act for The Cure.
It would be by far the biggest audience I had ever played to date, and it was quite nerve wracking during the lead up to this show.
One of the most important things I have learned over the years is to commit to a project. Even if it takes you a lot longer than you anticipated – start. And don’t stop till you finish.
I had a huge year this year. Well I always seem to have big years but this one was important because I learned three massive lessons.
One of the reasons Copyright was introduced was so that creative people could exploit their skills to make a viable living. It was the main vehicle for the development of creative industries.
Do you think following your dream is hard? Here's a story for you. The jobs I have done and other tales of rejection.
Something about Tremble.
Nature Nurture? Not sure but I am glad knowing a little bit about where my name comes from.
About this song and why.
In the late 90s when I lived in a flat on Ponsonby Road I received a call from a guy in the UK who was writing a book on the life of Jeff Buckley. He asked me if I could give him the dirt on the Australian tour he did...
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