I was eleven and I wanted to play it because it was in my blood. It was a feeling I couldn't deny.
I'm not much of a club goer because every time I do go I get in trouble.
But when I record my next studio album, of course I'll do the lead vocals.
I like to travel. I love touring, I love playing.
Life has become serious for me, although I do like to party every now and then.
I worked at the cosmetic counter at a fine department store.
Stiletto, I look at it more as an attitude as opposed to a high-heeled shoe.
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.
We don't have a lot of neighbors so we can blast the stereo.
Joe Walsh is a great guy and and an unbelievable talent, I'd like to work with him again someday.
I've got a great place, it's a country house.
You can never learn it all and I hope to continue my growth as a person and a musician.
I don't smoke, so they never sent me a copy.
It's nice when they say I inspire them, it inspires me.
I didn't tour Europe, because I didn't have any label support.
I need that aggressive attitude to play my music and more men have that attitude than women.
I loved Herman's Head. And it was a great experience.
I did play every little note on the guitar on that record.
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 happy when I'm doing what I do best.
It's better for me to play with guys because Rock 'n' Roll has such an aggressive attitude.
I have a lot of female fans.
I have no skanky guys in my band nor on my bus. If they are they get the boot real quick.
But duets are a lot of fun, I'd love to do another one.
Don't get me wrong, I've seen some very excellent women musicians.