I want the moves like Jagger, and to shoot a video like this.
The Rolling Stones-Beast of Burden
Believe= Something money can’t buy, a hope and reason to smile.
Never give up on your dreams. Dream Big and use your imagination to not only create your goals but execute them. Never give up. Keep trying and be persistent. A door will open, sometimes not the right door, but there is always a path. You choose your own destiny, just have a little faith.
I look up to people like Scooter Braun, Brad Haugen, Walt Disney, Elvis Presley, and my grandfather. Sometimes I get laughed at and other times applauded. Sometimes I fall, but I get right back up. The people in the world who make a difference are the ones who can accept defeat, come up with a way to challenge it, and then overcome it.
As I reflect on this past tour, shows I’ve gone to, worked on, artist I’ve met, all the ups and downs, and everything else that comes with this business, I have not met anyone as genuine as John from The Maine. Truly a great friend and a great mind.
“How often do you look back? Really reflect on what you’ve done. The insignificance of it all. Pointless arguments, inside jokes, funny haircuts. But do you ever wonder how you will be remembered? Or if what you’ve done and what you’re doing means anything at all? What will your songs sound like when you’re dead and gone? Will tears fall when the last note is sung? And how will your story be told? Will your words leave a bitter taste in their mouths, or will they even remember you at all? Compassion. The concept is rather simple. Most know what it means to be civil, but there truly is a fine line between sweet and sour. Give too much of yourself away and you’ll be all used up, not enough and no one will be around to share this with. So what is it that motivates us to be better, gentler, more refined? I’d like to think it’s those close to us, close to the heart and soul. Those who carried you to the car after you puked on their shoes. Those who took the blame for breaking the window when it was you who cast the stone. Those who will be by your side when reality knocks on your door, both good and bad. But more importantly, those whose stories you will share with your kids, and grand-kids, and their kids, and their grand-kids, in hopes to somehow keep this all alive. Chivalry, decency, kindness, compassion, desire, strength. How will you be remembered?”
- Words by John O’Callaghan
“Take my picture Hollywood…I want to be famous”
Miss this…#tbt ‘09 Fame Ball Tour
#Dreams #persistence #hardwork #dedication #elvis