Why did you write music in the first place?
I love to read stories and then compose music of them using only one voice.
How is the work relation with the other members of the composing staff?
It’s really fun. A lot of music is composed and we work together with a lot of different people during the week. You really feel as if you’re part of a big ensemble.
What is your favourite melody?
I used to like the famous “Let’s Go Dancing” music in the movie My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. It has so many variations of variations and I love playing it.
Do you plan to go on tour?
I would like to go on tour and play some live performances. A lot of people really enjoy it. I will be performing in Paris to raise money for the victims.
Can you play a piano?
What is your greatest achievement on stage?
The most rewarding thing is to be able to help another person’s life. There’s nothing better than that.
Are your friends friends?
Yes, but they’re my friends. We have a good time together and we’re always talking about music.
Do you have a favourite song?
“Love of My Life” is one of my favourites.
If you were to give a speech, what would it be?
I’d tell how I learned how to compose music, how it developed into such a big part of my life, and so much support I’ve always received from the people who helped me along the journey I’ve been on.
What would make you look good in a swimsuit?
I’ve always loved the colors navy and black. I love to make a big splash like that. My dream is to go on a cruise with all the members of the singing group.
It is a common practice in the media to report on an impending “reformation” as a “coming good news.” Not so at the Washington Post on Friday. Here is Washington Post’s report on “the “reform” that is supposedly about to hit Washington:
“The conservative movement’s conservative movement is poised for a transformation in its political and ideological base, and some of the old guard is beginning to see that change.”
The first sentence of the article claims that right-wingers will be treated to a “reformation” when President Obama