This song is for the listener to determine. The song is personal but intended to tell a story that each person listening hears and feels…
Listen to the live interview Episode #520: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax : http://tobtr.com/10255863
Interview by Jacqueline Jax
host of A.V.A Live Radio
Song: Tragic Love
Person Interviewing: Ginger Grace Brock Hard
Genre:: Pop, Rock, Adult Contemporary
This song is about…
This song is for the listener to determine. The song is personal but intended to tell a story that each person listening hears and feels. It’s meant to pull at the heart strings with raw engaging melodies and lyrics.
Link to play:: https://youtu.be/v4NRI_QNblI
My music is…
Backhand Sally music creates a sound that is all their own, with signature melodies and lyrics that tell a listeners story. The group is a duo comprised of Louisiana native Ginger Grace and Texas native Brock Hard. Each one bringing their own unique style and musical influence to the group, creating a sound that is eclectic, edgy and inspired. Their upcoming album features a tapestry of stories told through songs that tell the human narrative, weaving upbeat and soulful tempos with contemporary a feeling that engages the listener and reaches them on a personal level. Their sound is unconventional as each song has a different style and arrangement intended to reach all types of audiences.
I live in..
Backhand Sally lives in the Dallas, Texas are where the music scene is as edgy and eclectic as their music. Each area of the city boasts their own style which includes everything from edgy EDM, rock, blues, indie and boot scootin’ country. They move easily between the mix, playing a mix of rock, blues, pop, adult contemporary and country. They can be found in small acoustic venues as well as rocking downtown with their entire band.
What defines “Success” to you?
Success isn’t fame and fortune (although that’s nice too.) Success is doing what you love every day, and getting knocked down, and getting up and doing it again anyway. You have to define your own success and not let what other people think it should be define you. If personal success to you is playing a coffee shop 5 nights a week then you’ve made it, you are successful. If it’s selling out arenas and you aren’t there yet, but you are working towards that goal and adapting your game plan to get there, then you are successful. When you define you’re own success and reach that goal then you are by your own definition, successful!
What piece of music advice forever changed your way of thinking?
Play for yourself, because you will never be able to please everyone. Oh, and practice, practice, practice. When you think you’ve practiced enough, practice again because you can never be too good at what you do, even if you really love it.