Amos Lee - Quotes

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I'm not into cold weather, I like warm weather.

I'm not into cold weather, I like warm weather.

I think most of the time when people have big disagreements and big misunderstandings, when time lessens that blow it creates a deeper understanding for both people. ---->>>

I like down-to-earth people. ---->>>

I wasn't a very good teacher.

I wasn't a very good teacher.

Across the board, from my mother to my father to my aunts and uncles, everybody has always given me a lot of love. ---->>>

I love vinyl, man. ---->>>

As I've moved along - not only my life, but my career and things like that - you look at yourself and start going, 'Oh, man, are you still doing what you set out to do? Are the ideals you had still the same?' Sometimes you measure up and sometimes you don't. ---->>>

You never really get a chance to sit down with the people you love, unless you really make an effort to do it. It doesn't just happen naturally anymore. ---->>>

There's nothing but spirit in music. That's all it is. Yeah, there's a lot of intellectual elements to it, but no matter how you approach it, it's all spirit. ---->>>

I don't really know that there's any real rules for songwriting. ---->>>

The closest place that I feel like I come to having religious moments is always musical. ---->>>

I love when people are coming up and they're working hard and you can see that they're really focused on the process to their music. I really dig that. As a musician, it's nice to see people who really care about the process. ---->>>

Country artists have advantages all over the place. The radio support is incredible. The fanbase is rabid, all over. ---->>>

Genre, to me, is not all that important, and it never has been. ---->>>

I can relate to soul, R&B... whatever people want to call me is fine. I just hope it makes them feel something. ---->>>

I do not go on my Wikipedia page. There's just too much weird information on there for me to pick apart. ---->>>

I don't know anyone who is a writer who isn't influenced by the relationships in their life. ---->>>

I don't know anything about music theory at all. Zero. But I don't really need to. ---->>>

I don't really hang out with a lot of celebrities. ---->>>

I don't really know what 'folk music' means anymore. ---->>>

I live a pretty anonymous life. ---->>>

I love what I do, so I don't mind working. ---->>>

I'm always flattered and honored when people cover my music or sing my songs, no matter where it is. ---->>>

I'm not a mass-appeal artist. ---->>>

I'm not afraid to be bluntly honest in my songs, even if it means I'm discovering things about myself that I'd rather not. ---->>>

Songwriting isn't always something that's directly proportionate to the experience. ---->>>

There's not a whole lot of media interest in me other than just the records that I make. ---->>>

You need a strong sense of 'otherness' to be able to create in your life. ---->>>

Understanding where your food comes from, trying to bolster local farmers and local economies and having a better connection to the food around you and the people around you, only good can come of that. I love to be involved with things like that. ---->>>

Every time I write a song I feel really lucky and kind of surprised. Not surprised that I wrote it, but just surprised that things exist that you don't know about. ---->>>

The cool thing about being a songwriter, or a writer, I guess, in general, you can take on a lot of different things, experience a lot of different things, just by writing about them. ---->>>

Biography

Name: Amos Lee
Nationality: American
Born: 06-22, 1977
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Occupation: Musician

Amos Lee (born Ryan Anthony Massaro, June 20, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter whose musical style encompasses folk, rock and soul. He was born in Philadelphia and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in English. After working as a schoolteacher and bartender he began to pursue a career in music (wikipedia)