We tried to present an emotional scrapbook of what it felt like to be a band member on this 20-year journey.
RRC remains the best publication to hit my mailbox
In the future, everybody is going to be a director. Somebody’s got to live a real life so we have something to make a movie about.
I write with music. I write scenes in movies that hopefully can earn the use of some songs that are powerful to me.
Hey, I don’t have all the answers. In life, to be honest, I failed as much as I have succeeded. But I love my wife. I love my life. And I wish you my kind of success.
Time puts things in proper perspective.
I remember that, before John Lennon died, everyone was saying that Rolling Stone couldn’t do good reporting anymore. But when he died, they wrote this amazing issue, as they should have about Lennon. They did that when Elvis died, too.
People dance and we have a lot of music and… this might be the closet I get for a while.
I wanted to make a comment on the obsession with success and failure that we see a lot in America.
That’s how I am as a director – if somebody does a really good take, I can’t help it, I’m not even aware of it. Actors really, really need positive reinforcement.
Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around.
I always loved song writers who wrote songs in the first person, so it’s kind of like that.