I love people like Al Green, Otis Redding. But I can’t sing like them. I sing like me.
To emulate a singer… well, for one thing, that’s really going to get you in trouble as far as having your own thing. It’s kind of impossible to emulate anyone totally and it’s no way to live.
I think that it’s very important to have your own identity early on in music. – Kim
I was in the studio with the current lineup doing a solo record and it was so easy that I just decided right then and there I was going to try to make a change. All they could do was say no right? So I put the question to Steve Gomes first and he said yes. Of course, I already had Johnny but I wasn’t sure if he would stay because his brother was in the other incarnation. Rob Stupka ended up having health problems before things even got going. I felt bad for him, but the show must go on! We had met Wes Watkins a little earlier with David Earl and he was nice enough to fill in. Thank God he eventually ended up staying and along with Kevin Anker that makes a beautiful band. – Kim
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A musician is someone who keeps learning as he goes. – Kim
I really enjoy playing. It’s incredible that things can still be this fresh to me. But it’s really the nature of the music. – Kim
Life is short and you have to do things now. You can’t wait. – Kim