When I was a kid, the only thing I could think about was how the piano music played in the city.
Then I got to the piano, and I was blown away.
I started making music.
I learned a ton about music, and about the way musicians are approached by the public.
Now, I’m working to change that.
I grew up in the Windy City and went to a big, artsy school, where there was a lot of piano practice.
I studied piano with the greats like Andy Warhol, and my music always came out really well.
But when I moved to New York, I took a more jazz-oriented course and started learning more from the likes of David Crosby and Thelonious Monk.
When I started my first solo album, I got the chance to play with a bunch of great musicians.
I also learned from a lot people in Chicago.
One of my friends, James Worthen, who was in the music industry at the time, would come to the studio and play with me.
He taught me everything I know about the piano.
It started as just playing piano, but now I’m doing my own music.
In the past, I would take a piece of music, like a James Brown song or a Dylan song, and play it with an orchestra, but I’m starting to do a little bit of everything, too.
I love it.
I’ve had a lot more time to think about music and get into the creative process.