I used to be a guitarist and saxophone player. I’ve played drums for eight years now and in that time I’ve become a better musician. I’m good at playing with different styles of instruments, but I’m still learning, developing myself. And I’m always learning from people who are like me, musicians in the band or people that just play together. So those people are always trying to make me go further than I am going to go. That’s the beauty of this band: every time I hear something new that we’re playing we take that new idea and push for things that are not yet done in the band. The idea being this band is just getting deeper.
How did you come to write songs inspired by The Beatles?
I’ve always loved The Beatles. When I was a kid my mother was a very into Beatle music and I was listening to the album Let It Be every day. I remember getting home during summer and getting all these Beatle covers and the songs were so good. I always loved hearing them. When those four guys who came to be known as The Beatles went on the road and had that same feeling with the album Sgt. Pepper’s I remember the first song I heard was “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” which was the best song of the record. I was just a little kid though. And when the second album came out I was just like: “Wow, look at all these little boys.” I’m an only child, so I was really interested in that. That, to me was all-inclusive about The Beatles. I know some people get into things like “It’s the End of the World As We Know It,” but to me that was the ultimate anthem. That’s the first thing I really heard about The Beatles. So that’s what I started to write.
What are you most proud of working on from your albums as a musician?
I think that it’s my responsibility as a musician to be able to create the kind of music that is not only fun to listen to but also inspirational and inspirational to create and be inspired by. And that is always kind of something that you don’t know when you’re on stage singing it in front of the whole world with all your fans. That’s definitely what I am proudest about. It’s great to make things people are inspired and inspired to create. And it’s great to make it cool for somebody else to have their music inspired by it. I think the
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