None of the original love and feel for going on stage is gone. I'm not a true singer. I'm performer, and I need to be on stage.
I'm so happy for our kids and our program. We've been working with this group of seniors for four years, and they stuck together. They were a true team, and that's what helped them this whole season.
I love to perform. I've never lost the urge. I've never once been on stage when I didn't want to be.
I can answer anything about any American pop culture song ever.
You might be feeling sick or a little down, but the second you hit the stage and hear the crowd, you're ready to perform. That's what a true performer is.
We were kind of caught up in the genre trap. We didn't really have a lot of artistic freedom. They wanted us to go into a certain direction, so they could promote us easier.
I'm a huge boxing fan. I love the strategy and the combat. Mark McGrat
Acting is about listening, and that's something that took me awhile. You almost don't have to learn your lines, if you listen to what they're saying and move it along.
As a performer, I want to hit the last row of the arena. I want to make big moves. I'm a spaz, naturally.
When you become a commodity to a record label because you're making them millions of dollars, you can take all of your artistic integrity and throw it out the window.
I'm a huge boxing fan. I love the strategy and the combat. Mark McG
You know how it is with drawers and labels in the music business. They don't want anything to be complicated. They just want it simple, as simple as possible.
I'm a huge boxing fan. I love the strategy and the combat.
You can make low-budget film as long as there is something compelling about the characters. There is a believability in the chemistry and a likeability amongst the characters.
When I go to karaoke, I'm still the worst guy there.
It's been a long time coming for us.
Of course, we wrote the songs accordingly and performed and recorded them that way. At that time, we really thought it was right, but you know, seen in retrospect, it made the album sound forced, and not really great.
As a lead singer, all I want to do is be in my own head and think about how great I am. That's a lead singer's disease.
With acting, there are a lot of subtleties and non-verbals involved. If someone is over there, getting eaten by a shark, there's a non-verbal way of how to act that. There's a certain nuance to acting that does not come intuitively to me. It's something I still have to learn.
Every time you walk into a room, it's, like, is there a booger hanging out? Is there a wrinkle here, a gray hair there? It makes you psycho.
Whether it's five people or 50,000 people, I always love to perform and feel very blessed that I'm able to do that.
I never really thought we'd fitted into the cross-over drawer. But I think the real Sugar Ray fans did like us because we always had variety and because we experimented a lot.
This meant there was no leeway as far as dates were concerned.
It's funny; we never had anything like credibility. Even though we all have some sort of punk-rock background, but so what? I really don't care about that. What's credibility anyway? Who has credibility?
Today they're praising you sky high, place you on a pedestal and tomorrow they don't want to know you.
I'm really fed up with all the credibility talk. A lot of times it seems to be more important than the music. Well, I guess for a lot of people it actually is. We don't care for credibility.
I can answer anything about any American pop culture song ever. Mark McG
The scary thing is that this band was founded in 1988, and back then it was Guns N' Roses, L.A. Guns and , like, 'What chick am I gonna be with tonight?' - it was that mentality, you know, around a keg.
He's a good wrestler, and tonight he wrestled extremely well. Who's to say he wouldn't have beaten Malachi if he'd been healthy.
I'm that crazy-ass drunk uncle that nobody wants to invite to the holidays and birthdays.