When I was five I had violin lessons.
My songs are like cheap Neil Young copies.
My love, growing up on the Prairies, was country music.
When you get successful, you can do pretty much whatever you want.
With The Guess Who, it took us fifty-something singles before we had hits.
The fact that the internet is so active; people can now speak to me indirectly.
I learned at an early age that I was given something special when I was born, and that was the gift of music.
I don't think that bands that make it on their first album are as strong as bands that don't: there is nowhere to go but down.
You take all the things that frighten you, and when you can get them to work for you all of sudden people are calling you a success.
When you play all that as a body of work there are four great songs, four mediocre songs and four bad songs. I didn't know it at the time; I was just doing my best.