I was eleven and I wanted to play it because it was in my blood. It was a feeling I couldn't deny.
Stiletto, I look at it more as an attitude as opposed to a high-heeled shoe.
But duets are a lot of fun, I'd love to do another one.
We don't have a lot of neighbors so we can blast the stereo.
I like to travel. I love touring, I love playing.
It's better for me to play with guys because Rock 'n' Roll has such an aggressive attitude.
Life has become serious for me, although I do like to party every now and then.
I'm happy when I'm doing what I do best.
I worked at the cosmetic counter at a fine department store.
I loved Herman's Head. And it was a great experience.
Joe Walsh is a great guy and and an unbelievable talent, I'd like to work with him again someday.
I don't smoke, so they never sent me a copy.
But when I record my next studio album, of course I'll do the lead vocals.
I didn't tour Europe, because I didn't have any label support.
You can never learn it all and I hope to continue my growth as a person and a musician.
I've got a great place, it's a country house.
We've got horse property and there's other stuff to do. Like, four wheel driving, we barbeque, drink beers, sit around and play guitars and have a merry 'ol time.
I'm not much of a club goer because every time I do go I get in trouble.
I have no skanky guys in my band nor on my bus. If they are they get the boot real quick.
I did play every little note on the guitar on that record.
I have a lot of female fans.
It's nice when they say I inspire them, it inspires me.
I think it gets boring (for the audience) for the lead singer to have a guitar hanging on them all the time.
You're stuck in front of the microphone. You can't use your hands. I like to do things.