Music is my drug

Dec 28

quote There’s no comfort in the truth
Pain is all you’ll find-Seether

Jun 28
mindlessbeasts:

famefortuneandtakecare:

Bert though. I can’t.

#DYING!!! LMFAOOOOOOO! Ive been waiting for this to popup on my dash again!!

mindlessbeasts:

famefortuneandtakecare:

Bert though. I can’t.

#DYING!!! LMFAOOOOOOO! Ive been waiting for this to popup on my dash again!!

Jun 23
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Jun 23
droberson1104:

LOVE THIS!!!!

Love this

droberson1104:

LOVE THIS!!!!

Love this

Jun 23
iadoremichaeljackson:


People ask me how I make music. I tell them I just step into it. It’s like stepping into a river and joining the flow. Every moment in the river has its song. So I stay in the moment and listen.
What I hear is never the same. A walk through the woods brings a light crackling song : Leaves rustle in the wind, birds chatter and squirrels scold, twigs crunch underfoot, and the beat of my heart holds it all together. When you join the flow, the music is inside and outside, and both are the same. As long as I can listen to the moment, I’ll always have music.

— Michael Jackson, Dancing The Dream


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iadoremichaeljackson:

People ask me how I make music. I tell them I just step into it. It’s like stepping into a river and joining the flow. Every moment in the river has its song. So I stay in the moment and listen.

What I hear is never the same. A walk through the woods brings a light crackling song : Leaves rustle in the wind, birds chatter and squirrels scold, twigs crunch underfoot, and the beat of my heart holds it all together. When you join the flow, the music is inside and outside, and both are the same. As long as I can listen to the moment, I’ll always have music.

— Michael Jackson, Dancing The Dream

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Jun 23
shannonjai:

Shameika Rene of Soultrain.com caught up with Orianthi and talked about her experience working with Michael Jackson & what she learned from him.
Soul Train: You were slated to work on one of the biggest comeback tours of this generation. How was it working with Michael Jackson?
Orianthi: It was absolutely surreal. I got the email from Mike Bearden, the musical director; he said MJ had actually watched my YouTube videos and that he wanted him (Michael Bearden) to reach out to me. I came in to audition–I have never been that nervous in my life, performing with Michael Jackson sitting right there on the couch and playing “Beat It”. He hired me and some others that night. It was great working with him. He was a very sweet person and an incredible entertainer.
Soul Train: One of the things that people would say upon meeting Michael Jackson is that he had a sort of “aura” about him. Did you get that same sense when you met him or while working with him?
Orianthi:(laughs) Yes, he had an amazing presence. When he came into the room, you always knew he was there. When he was on stage, he brought so much energy with him whether he was just standing on the stage, singing, or dancing, and it was very inspiring.
Soul Train: Did the King of Pop give you any advice that you can apply to your career today?
Orianthi: Yes, he said to give it your all and never hold back. He also said not to be shy and put it all out there.
Soul Train:(laughs) Not to be shy, some good advice coming from a shy one!
Orianthi: (laughs) Well that’s true offstage, but onstage he was completely different.
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Michael Jackson is a wonderful person

shannonjai:

Shameika Rene of Soultrain.com caught up with Orianthi and talked about her experience working with Michael Jackson & what she learned from him.

Soul Train: You were slated to work on one of the biggest comeback tours of this generation. How was it working with Michael Jackson?

Orianthi: It was absolutely surreal. I got the email from Mike Bearden, the musical director; he said MJ had actually watched my YouTube videos and that he wanted him (Michael Bearden) to reach out to me. I came in to audition–I have never been that nervous in my life, performing with Michael Jackson sitting right there on the couch and playing “Beat It”. He hired me and some others that night. It was great working with him. He was a very sweet person and an incredible entertainer.

Soul Train: One of the things that people would say upon meeting Michael Jackson is that he had a sort of “aura” about him. Did you get that same sense when you met him or while working with him?

Orianthi:(laughs) Yes, he had an amazing presence. When he came into the room, you always knew he was there. When he was on stage, he brought so much energy with him whether he was just standing on the stage, singing, or dancing, and it was very inspiring.

Soul Train: Did the King of Pop give you any advice that you can apply to your career today?

Orianthi: Yes, he said to give it your all and never hold back. He also said not to be shy and put it all out there.

Soul Train:(laughs) Not to be shy, some good advice coming from a shy one!

Orianthi: (laughs) Well that’s true offstage, but onstage he was completely different.

To read the full interview [x]

Michael Jackson is a wonderful person

Jun 23
bookmania:

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bookmania:

Submitted by ram-garg

Jun 23
I love him

I love him

Dec 27