I’m the oldest one who’s known me as “oldest”, because I was born on March 25, 1981, and I know the first time I heard my name on the radio was when I was about eight years old.
In fact, I had a radio for the first two years of my life.
I remember thinking “wow, I really didn’t know that”.
So I’m just happy to be here.
In a way, I feel that it’s the right place for me to be.
I was raised by my grandparents, my mother, my grandmother and my uncle.
I had the benefit of living in Australia for most of my childhood.
I can still remember the first music I heard.
I wasn’t allowed to go to the movies until I was 11 or 12.
When I was in school, I played with a little boy and he liked it, so he invited me to his house and I spent a lot of time there, in his garden.
He gave me a copy of a newspaper, so I started reading it and he was just a really good reader, he wrote back to me and he said “you’re going to be a good singer”.
So that was the beginning of my musical career.
I started singing in the family band when I turned 12.
My uncle and his partner were a drummer and bass player in the band.
My grandfather taught me to play guitar when I got to about 15.
That was a big inspiration for me.
So I think that was a pretty good start.
It’s been almost three years since I started playing.
I’m still in school at the moment, but I’m not quite done yet.
Theres lots of music to be done.
I have my first solo album coming out in October.
I think it’s going to go down as one of the greatest records of all time.
You have to take it seriously.
It might be a little bit hard to listen to, but it’s also very exciting and exciting for me, and it’s been really fun.
There’s also a film about me that I just finished and it was amazing.
I just wanted to put it out on the internet because I wanted people to know about me.
I’ve just been playing music for the last three or four years, and a lot has changed.
The last time I saw my family was last May.
We had a baby, my brother, who was a few months older.
I lost my mum for the past five years and my sister for the previous three years.
So it’s a really difficult time for me and I’m really sad that I lost her.
But I’m also really excited to have been able to make this album.
My last album was my debut.
I wanted to be able to put out a record that was my own, that was something that I could have my own ideas about, and that was how I ended up with the album that I’m writing now.
It has a lot more to do with what I do now than it has to do anything with what was going on in my life at the time.
It was all kind of a blur.
I don’t think I really remember how long it was before I started to realise how important music was to me.
It really helped me to develop a love for it.
I felt very fortunate when I started making records.
I got so many requests for them.
The most requests I ever got were for a record of my own.
I didn’t really know that was what I was going to do, so it was a bit of a challenge for me at the beginning.
It took a lot out of me to realise that I really wanted to make music, so you have to really work really hard to get that out.
The only way to do that is to be yourself and be as creative as possible, and you have your best ideas when you’re younger.
I try to do what I can to make sure that I have the best ideas, and the best music.
The one thing I’d like to say is that it doesn’t have to be anything in the form of a rock album.
It could be a pop record, a jazz record, or a classical record.
If you like what you hear, then you’ll probably enjoy it.
That’s my philosophy.
There are other people who don’t like that.
You’ve got to have your own vision and your own way of approaching things, and if you’re good at it, then it’s your own thing.
If not, you can always go back to your roots and try and make something that is your own.
You know, I’ve been working in music for 20 years now.
I do a lot different things than I did in my twenties.
I like to have different things to do and different people to talk to.
I also love making records, so when I get something really new I’ll be able, as a producer, to go and