On Wednesday September 7, I will be hitting the stage at Club Moscow in Hollywood with some other extremely talented artists (The Mowgli's, D. Hollywood, Sharkitecture). It has been a while since my last show at The Troubadour in April and I most certainly have the itch to bring it. Performing live hooked me from my very first concert in front of over 300 kids. I remember being so nervous about forgetting my lyrics that I wrote down the first line of every verse of every song and taped the notebook sheets to the stage. It was a crutch that I thought I would need, but I never looked down and I haven't looked back.
The feeling is almost indescribable. Without fail, I get butterflies leading up to getting on stage. If you ask any performer, whether it be an athlete, actor, musician or a host of others, they will all tell you that if you DON'T have these butterflies, something is wrong.
It's that adrenaline coursing through your veins, stimulating the fight or flight response. The butterflies are not of a nervous nature, rather they put me in check and let me know it's time to do the thing I love most.
I only know one speed once the show starts: full throttle. There is no better feeling in the world than to make the audience feel the passion and energy of my music and to truly be moved by it.
LA people, here is the flyer for the show on Sept. 6th...and the Facebook Invite