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When I was really little I would sit in the back of my dad's car when he'd be playing old-school music. He'd turn down the music and turn around and I'd be singing and know all of the words but I didn't even know how to talk. From then on I've always wanted to be a singer.
I never call myself a singer, ever. I never will. I've always been really embarrassed about my voice. I've never been confident about it. I think it's a little bit better now than when I first started. There are people I admire who are genuinely brilliant singers and I know the difference between what they can do and what I can do.
I think I've become a much better singer and a much better player. Years and years of playing a couple of hours every day will do that.
I'm a singer who moves like a dancer.
I always knew that I wanted to work and I knew I wanted to be a singer and an actor. I knew that every choice I made would help me get to that point. So the better the choices I made, the more of a chance I would have to get to where I wanted to be.
We have a water purifier, so we drink a lot of it. As a singer, especially in Utah, you have to hydrate constantly.
I'm a traditional country singer and we're always trying to make that a fresh and modern sound. That's always going to be the challenge with me.
The biggest question I have is if you're a rock singer or a rock 'n' roll band, or if you're a pop singer... if you've made your way in another genre of music and now you want to make a country record, why? That's my question. Why?
I always wanted to be a singer, but none of my friends thought I could sing.
I'm trying to get an acting gig on 'CSI' or something like that, so we'll see how that works out. I'm a singer, definitely not an actor, so I just follow directions.
I think people think musicians or actors or whatever are hot... a lot of times because of what they do. If I was walking through the mall eight years ago and had on some shorts and whatever, flip-flops and a T-shirt, I'm pretty sure nobody would really care. So I have to believe that the fact that I'm a singer has got a little bit to do with that.
So they've actually - it's not that her character is a singer, but she had ambition to do that at an earlier time in her life. So I've actually sung two or three times now on the show.
I'm very comfortable as a singer. In fact, I think it's more - I identified my self-esteem, my self more in those ways when I was growing up. I really - it was kind of my calling card as a kid.
I think I'm a soulful singer.
I wanted to be a rock star when I grew up, or at least a singer/songwriter.
I made a living being a background singer for years.
I was always a singer. But I was always focused on being an actor as my trade. Music I do just for me. The movie business is very difficult but the music business is just impossible.
But I'm a rock 'n' roll singer; that's my livelihood, my occupation.
No, I chose the name Jane Seymour because I was doing my first film, 'Ode to Lovely War,' and one of the top agents in England spotted me dancing in the chorus. I was a singer and dancer in that movie with Maggie Smith, um, and he told me he couldn't sell me as Joyce Penelope Willomena Frankenburger.
As a singer, I might have fallen among thieves. I wonder if I'd still be alive by now.
And, you know, I never wanted to be a singer.
No one in the world can beat Ella Fitzgerald as a riff singer.
If you were a pretty boy pop singer, it would wreck you, growing older.
You feel this pressure that people will take you more seriously if you play guitar, but I've decided I'm a singer and that's enough.
There is delight in singing, though none hear beside the singer.
Walter Savage Landor
Ever since grammar school, I knew I wanted to be famous - I always wanted to be a singer.
I learned so many roles so quickly as a young singer, I thought it was time to come back to them and make them better - deeper, more nuanced.
Every singer eventually gets around to a Christmas disc.
I was constantly being pushed toward a European ideal of what it means to be a classical or opera singer, let's say in the Renata Tebaldi mode. I reject that.
Thousands of kids and parents come up to us and say, How do we get better as a singer?
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