Category Archives for "Yes"
Mike Ragogna: Jon, what advice do you have for new artists? Jon Anderson: It’s very, very simple: You practice, you practice, and then you practice more. The breaks will come if you keep working. There’s no point in sitting around waiting to be a star. It’s not going to happen. You’ve got to work on […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: Chris, what advice might you have for new artists? Chris Squire: Advice… Stick to your beliefs, I guess, whatever genre you’re in. You have to believe you have a chance at making some kind of impact in your chosen area and stick to it, really, and persist. MR: Is that what you would […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: What is your advice for new artists? Trevor Rabin: It’s really quite strange because the old cliché is to stay true to yourself, and it doesn’t hurt to be able to read music and understand it from that point of view. Although it’s not essential, it certainly hasn’t hurt anybody. My son is […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: Do you have any advice for new artists? Jon Anderson: Just keep practicing. You have to have faith in what you do. Don’t try to become a pop star or a rock star, become a great musician first and foremost. Everything else will evolve. MR: Right, everything else will evolve. That’s nature’s play […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: What advice would you have for new artists? Steve Howe: Well, everybody’s tried to give advice. People just don’t usually take advice. (laughs) I can be light about it. There’s one thing that makes a professional guitarist stand out–particularly on an acoustic guitar–is that you don’t squeak too much. You’ve got to squeak […]Continue reading