This title is pretty misleading. Music is not my career. Not yet. I didn't even think that I wanted to make music a career 5 years ago. It was a hobby, and something to help me feel good. It made parties fun, Moments cherishable and life exciting. Then it became something more. Maybe it was one too many drunk guys giving me compliments at open mic nights, but regardless I'm here today attempting to make music my full time career. During the day (and night) I work as a DSP at a wonderful group home. During the evenings me and my girlfriend make dinner or just go to sleep because of how late my shift ends. The moments in between are filled with me practicing, booking, designing art, making business phone calls, making hefty investment in professional grade gear, and driving anywhere and everywhere as long as I can get home by 6:30 am for the beginning of my next shift. The truly insane part of all of this is that I love the constant rush of being on the move and having something to look forward to. By this time in my life, many of my friends have started to settle down in terms of employment and living conditions. I'm not touring and living in a van but I live in an apartment the size of my parents living room and put thousands of miles on a hand-me-down Jeep Liberty, usually arriving to shows an hour beforehand.
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