“Most of the time, at the end of the day, you go in and make a record that pleases you. You can’t think about, what does radio want to hear? You can’t think about what your fans want to hear. You just can’t. I think [if] you go in and start doing that, it might work for a little while, but eventually, that strategy isn’t going to work,” he says. “If you don’t go in and try to please yourself as an artist and try to create something that you feel like you’re beating yourself the last time you were in — if you don’t go in with that sort of attitude, I think, sooner or later, your strategy is flawed.” (source)It felt right to post it for this month's INSECURE WRITERS SUPPORT GROUP, hosted by Ninja Captain Alex J Cavanaugh, and this month's helpers
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
IWSG: PLEASE YOUR INNER ARTIST
Popping in after a long break. I saw this inspirational quote from country music artist Tim McGraw and felt it could also speak to the heart of any creative person.