The Quote Jar: Twenty Five

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Todd during his Q&A.

 

“Balance might be overrated. If your life is perfectly balanced—everything going smoothly—is it as dynamic as it could be? When life is out of balance, usually something is changing, and that’s not always a bad thing.” – Neil deGrasse Tyson

 

“My thought really is this: an artist’s aesthetic is really the product of his studio practices—that’s what defines the art form. It’s what you do in a very particular way. ” – Jacob Collins

 

 

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter/Facebook, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • The Q&A also has a home on Facebook! 🙂 In the feed you’ll find related readings from past Q&As as well as curated posts to help artists find new ways to engage with their fans.

What are some of your favourite quotes?

🙂

** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you’ll have to publish it on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook then reach out to me directly to send the link, once I receive it, I’ll embed your feedback or comment!

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The Quote Jar: Twenty Four

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Justin during his Q&A.

 

“It was something that we don’t see very much of today. We used to get together in each others home, believe it or not.” – Benny Golson (via Bob Rosenbaum)

“We both started playing piano at age six or seven…and we played for a long time. That’s where I learned most of my theory. We had an old Russian teacher who was a very fine concert pianist; in fact, our parents wanted us to be concert pianists.” – Eddie Van Halen

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter/Facebook, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • The Q&A also has a home on Facebook! 🙂 In the feed you’ll find related readings from past Q&As as well as curated posts to help artists find new ways to engage with their fans.

What are some of your favourite quotes?

🙂

** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you’ll have to publish it on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook then reach out to me directly to send the link, once I receive it, I’ll embed your feedback or comment!

The Quote Jar: Twenty Three

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Matthew during his Q&A.

I’m just doing music the way I learned how to do it back in the 70’s” – Oscar Hernandez, Spanish Harlem Orchestra

“Music is something that that is really big in my life, everybody knows that, but my first love was traveling. I saw the ships disappearing whilst I was in the island of Mauritius at a very young age and that sense of wonder that is in my music came about before I even played a note of music.” – Jean-Paul Maunick, Guitarist – Incognito

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter/Facebook, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • The Q&A also has a home on Facebook! 🙂 In the feed you’ll find related readings from past Q&As as well as curated posts to help artists find new ways to engage with their fans.

What are some of your favourite quotes?

🙂

** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you’ll have to publish it on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook then reach out to me directly to send the link, once I receive it, I’ll embed your feedback or comment!

The Quote Jar: Twenty One

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Nigel during his Q&A.

 

“I never really stopped and smelled the roses” – Phil Collins

 

“The only players on the record were myself, Rob Ellis, and Mick Harvey, and between the three of us we can pretty much play any instrument you can think of.” – PJ Harvey

 

“That’s one of the reasons why I don’t have my own band; I really enjoy playing all these different styles of music.” – Dennis Chambers

 

 

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • The Q&A also has a home on Facebook! 🙂

 

 

What are some of your favourite quotes?

 

🙂

 ** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you can use the ‘leave a comment link’ below.

The Quote Jar: Twenty

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Scott during his Q&A.

 

“When you’re looking at the world that way, worrying over if somebody knocked over a saltshaker 47 years ago, that’s kind of stupid.” – John Fogerty

 

“There isn’t enough time in the day or in my life to please everybody” – Tiger Woods

 

 

 

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • WNEQA is also on Facebook! 🙂

 

 

What are some of your favourite quotes?

 

🙂

 ** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you can use the ‘leave a comment link’ below.

The Quote Jar: Nineteen

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Janet during her Q&A.

 

 

“If people like the song, or they can draw some feeling from it, then I’m really happy about that.” – Kate Bush

 

 

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • WNEQA is also on Facebook! 🙂

 

 

What are some of your favourite quotes?

 

🙂

 ** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you can use the ‘leave a comment link’ below.

The Quote Jar: Eighteen

Following each Q&A session I post a separate entry including quotes from various sites and publications from the web. Clicking each of the links will open a new window containing the full article or video (if publicly accessible).

The names below were mentioned by Mark during his Q&A.

 

“I can’t try and triangulate and think, ‘I’m not that interested in hearing this, but I know an audience might be’…” – Joe Boyd (Nick Drake’s Producer)

 

“Things that don’t pertain immediately to music, but [things that] I think are really important and essential to creating art and being human. Ultimately, that’s what being a musician is supposed to reflect.” – Joe Locke

 

“Legacy is something you talk about when you are finished, and I’m not finished.” – Stephen Stills

 

 

Notes:

  • Corrections and additional information: Spot one? Let me know!
  • If you share a quote from your favorite Q&A on Twitter, don’t forget to use the hashtag ‘#WNEQA’!
  • WNEQA is also on Facebook! 🙂

 

 

What are some of your favourite quotes?

 

🙂

 ** For feedback and comments that you wouldn’t mind displayed publicly, you can use the ‘leave a comment link’ below.