Talk about how you felt when you graduated high school versus how you feel now about the question “what do you want to be when you grow up?”
I felt relieved that I would never have to deal with that school or group of people ever again. I was very excited to go to college so I could get away from my small, homogenous town and interact with different types of people.
Now, sadly, all I want to be when I grow up is left alone. Haha. Or maybe figure out how to regain that enjoyment I once had while in the company of others rather than just becoming more and more comfortable in my solitude.
What do you do today to make a living?
I run a record label, perform on stage, and sell music along with other music-related merchandise.
Describe the worst moment of failure in your creative/ entrepreneurial career.
My biggest fail was the worst business decision I ever made. I signed over the rights of an album (in perpetuity) to...