There’s nothing else to it in that regard, we’re just as happy to get everyone up and about as long as it takes. We really don’t need to be in a studio day and day to ensure a quality show.
Do you think we’re starting to reach a breaking point in music education?
Music education has always been a bit of an underground affair. When I started out learning how to play, it was much more fun and interesting to do than when I was learning English.
But what are the new trends that we should be concerned about?
That’s the next big one, of course. Music education is getting better. I’ll be honest, I want to learn something from this tour. My mind wants to go back to the old days!
Are you excited about this tour?
I can’t wait! There’s so much I want to do and be able to experience; the old songs in a new context, hearing some tunes performed in other parts of the world.
Are you sure?
Hell yes! I’m gonna play all the old songs I heard in the UK before and also some of the stuff I hear in Berlin now. I wanna be able to sing along with a bunch of different people.
Well, I hope you get to, that’s a lot to expect from you in just 3 months…
So do you have any last songs, or even ideas to show me?
I’ll be coming back to this for sure!
What were your impressions about your first day in Berlin?
I’ve been working, I’ve done a little bit of everything and most of what I’m interested in is still in the studio. I’ve been living around here for the last year and a half so I have a lot of things to learn, but as far as I’m concerned I’ve learned a lot, the people who worked on this tour and the people who work here have been very nice in their approach to teaching and giving me the best stuff. I’m glad they’re doing it. The city itself is a very nice, modern-minded place with lots of cool things to see and do, which is more then I could have imagined when I arrived.
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