Music is very spiritual, it has the power to bring people together.
When I did it with Johnny, it was almost a telepathic kind of communication.
As far as I'm concerned, blues and jazz are the great American contributions to music.
We started out when I was 6 years old. We played ukuleles and sang Everly Brothers songs.
I can't imagine anything more worthwhile than doing what I most love. And they pay me for it.
I just want to thank all my fans for their loyalty and support-for coming out to the shows and buying the CDs.
I really had little interest in becoming famous. When I write my book, it will be my guide to avoid becoming a rock star.
I hadn't realized the number of people that are still interested in listening to what I am doing, people I would never know about if not for being online.
The most profound, tangible influence in my life has been my wife, Monique. I don't know that I would even be alive were it not for her, and I certainly would not be the person that I am today.
There's a bootleg album that was recorded when I was 14 or 15, a compilation of things live at different clubs. Songs like Girl from Ipanema and Cry Me A River. I don't know what the title of it is.