Rock and roll is good for the soul. That's what I've always heard anyway. We live, we breath, and we bleed rock n' roll until the day we die, as most musicians will tell you. And I had the pleasure of interviewing one of them.
Whitey Mack, lead singer, and founder of La Basura Del Diablo, met with me at The Open Chord in Knoxville for the first live interview for Dream Big. Although previously recorded you still have a front seat to what he had to say about his dreams, mus
In life there are daily reminders of why we do what we do. But when do we draw the line if what we do is helpful or harmful? I ask myself this question every day when I wake up in the morning.
I look at myself in the mirror. Sometimes I see the person that others do. Most of the time I only see who I want to be. And then I hate the person that has to struggle to be seen. Other times I just hope that I can pull myself together.
It seems no matter how hard I try to make
Big dreams or little dreams, we all have them. From the time we were children our imaginations ran wild, we had our favorite heroes and others who inspired us as to what we wanted to be when we grew up. Now we're adults and still inspired by others who are chasing their dreams and or living them as we speak. I am always inspired by the stories that are shared by friends, family, or even strangers, and especially by those who have accomplished their dreams and continue to stri
The wind blows warmer air into spring. I embrace this with open arms. And this is the beginning of what's to come.
My dreams have carried me to distant horizons where the sun meets the sky. A kiss from the heavens makes it blush. I don't shy from life's affections. And find it to be more of a tease.
I lay awake with the anticipation of dawn, only to fall under the seduction of night. Why does the breath of darkness taste so sweet? And the moon is so intoxicating.