When I was younger people made fun of me, even some of my family members. They called me fat, made fun of my hair style, the clothes and shoes I wore. For years I let that weigh me down, and unfortunately I let it stop me from being my best self. I knew who I was but was too afraid to be myself because of what they might say. Well, to those of out there going through self doubt, unsure of your worth, afraid of what others might say...I’m here to tell you to BE YOU! Who cares what they think or say! There is only one you and YOU are amazing. Be exactly who are. Let your YOU flag fly high. Love yourself, and know that this funky dude with a retro hat, glasses, and a blue leopard shirt loves you too! 😉❤️
I am so glad I live in a city that let’s me be my WEIRD self 😉 #ATX
Come be weird with me at @thetownsendaustin this Saturday 10/19 Tickets are in my bio. ❤️ 📸 Alva Sim
This is for the lonely. You are not alone ❤️ I wrote this song for anyone struggling after noticing that so many people were. My hope is to reach all the people in the world that need to know they are not alone x
Leipzig - Tragt euch den 06.11. in euren Kalender ein. Ich spiele live in der Kulturlounge und das Beste daran ist: Die Einnahmen fließen in unsere Umwelt ☺️ Ihr könnt also ganz nebenbei was Gutes tun :) Das ganze heißt „Zukunftsmusik“ und es sind noch ein paar andere tolle Acts am Start! Yeah 😍
From Eric Clapton’s interview for Rolling Stone’s reporter David Fricke. July 16, 2014. - Do you play the same old blues numbers you do onstage? - No. I always play into the unknown. I don’t practice things that are known to me unless I’m getting ready to do live work. Most of the time, it’s abstract, like picking up a pencil and paper and drawing what’s in front of me. It’s improvised, always.