Bless, David, the dude for whom a “5 minute” Q & A turns into 15 Glorious minutes 🙂
— cindy morgan (@cindymorgan) January 19, 2018
omigosh you guys… this 2018 David is my favourite David of all time and that’s saying something because 2017 David was pretty high up there on my list.
Just seeing him so happy and excited to share what he’s working on and where’s he’s working and with whom, but knowing how to keep the boundaries he needs to have a private life … but also finding a way to remain his humble self while also putting himself out there so confidently so that more people can hear this incredible new music and find out where to get tickets for his amazing new shows… it’s just almost too much for me.
But hey, I have a stockpile of B-12, so I will find a way to deal. 🙂
One of the 381320381920 VIP questions that I didn’t get to ask at the last shows was about what the songwriting process was like for him and then BAM… wish granted!
When he talked about writing the pep talk that maybe he needed himself, whoah, he’s just so open and honest, it shouldn’t take me by surprise any longer but it still does.
And it’s so cool to “meet” some of the people he’s been working with and to see what a relaxed, supportive vibe they have with one another and how much they recognize and respect his talent.
And he’s just so generous to shine a light on their contribution and how much they work as a team. I can’t even think of any other solo artists who do that. Can you??? Have never been prouder to be a fan of his, truly.
How about you guys?? What did you think of the FB Live and all the new stuff coming up??!
I’m sorry, but this totally cracked me up. 🙂 🙂 🙂
— rhiminee (@rhiminee) January 21, 2018
Busy guy, indeed! He went by himself tho’? 😥
Fave parts of the interview:
“I’m very into culture; I’m very interested in learning about other arts and cultures. … I would say for anyone else who’s interested in learning about the arts and the cultures, or if they are from Chinese culture and want to reconnect to their culture, I would recommend to come and see the show.
“Another thing that I [enjoyed] learning about was the values of the Chinese traditions throughout history. Like I said, I loved the spiritual connections with the heavens and with God. I thought those were really beautiful things. It’s not just about the arts and how it looks; it’s about helping people learn and to connect spiritually as well.
“The singer, I thought she had a very strong voice. I thought she had a very beautiful tone as well, and I thought the message was very touching. … I didn’t realize how much spirituality was in the Chinese culture.”