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Artist & Songwriter Mandi Perkins Interview

Artist and songwriter Mandi Perkins Interview
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  1. L Scott Knight says:

    As I’m watching I’m thinking, “Where do I know her from”, because I don’t know her music (I will in short order though). It soon came to me. She’s reminding me of Meg Ryan in the Doors movie with those glasses and that lovely curly blond hair. 🙂
    I’m an artist. I’ve always made art, just not the art closest to my heart. If I can make enough to keep going, I’ll go for it again, and again, and again.
    Great insight from Mandi, thank you.

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @l_scott_knight:disqus, you may have seen Mandi at my birthday party! She was there with Ari! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

      1. L Scott Knight says:

        Yeah, probably. I was way too shy there. Might be my up bringing. Having had Hollywood people in my family it was always “Don’t bother them!!” I need to get over the shy part and find my center.

        1. Warren Huart says:

          Haha you talked to me @l_scott_knight:disqus! It was such a loose event, everyone was able to talk to each other! Thanks for coming out Loren, was great to have you there! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

          1. L Scott Knight says:

            Well I know you. I did talk to some others, and I didn’t miss talking to Pete Thorn either (very cool!). And people talked to me and we had some great conversations. It was a great night. You have my enduring gratitude. It was a delight to see Aspen really enjoying himself too. Do wish I’d said hello to Mandi and Tony though (and some of your other artists). In retrospect.

  2. aka says:

    Species evolve, the world changes, most get wiser, A&R reps have a very strict bible they stick to, it’s called the WANKERS BIBLE, seriously folks we no longer need to lower ourselves in this day and age to these kings of Logorreah. Take charge of your art, record it and release it on your terms. It’s your love, sweat and toll, the fans and punters will take you as they see you, and if you do have to deal with them A&R fellows, take a stance, you as the ARTIST the A&R guy is here to serve you, and let them know that from the start. You don’t need the record compay, the record company needs you. You’re the artist without whom agents, managers, record companies & A&R guys would not have a life.
    Thank you Warren and Mandi for your insights, the story still remains the same after more than half a century of Rock & Roll.

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