The rock song ‘Seasons Come and Go’ from Tepoe Nash is about the changes of life and offers an encouraging note to keep moving forward.
Episode #555: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax :
Interview by Jacqueline Jax
host of A.V.A Live Radio
Person Interviewing: Tepoe Nash
Song name: Seasons Come and Go
Music Genre: Rock
My music is a creation of inspiration, because all of my songs have come to me this way. Everything I release is also inspirational. What I mean is that I release songs that come to my mind and give me a feeling of hey, you need to record this! I also have a yearning for my music to encourage people and help them feel better about where they’re at in life.
Link to play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YaV3n1xNvA
How does this reflect where your music is at…
I think this song represents my current direction mainly because it’s about the changing of seasons and this reflects my music because I love working in many different genres. I’ve recorded and released over 40 songs which include, Metal, Rock, Country, Soft Rock, Reggae, Acoustic and also plan on working in many other genres in the future!
Where do you like to create?
Most of my music is created at my home studio where I perform and record the entire project myself. I also like collaborating with great musicians.
I recently did a soft rock song with Country Music Hall of Fame member Wayne Moss, who is the original guitarist for Roy Orbison’s ‘O Pretty Woman’ and last year had the pleasure of working with another Hall of Fame member Charlie McCoy, who preformed harmonica on a couple songs of mine.
How about life balance…
I stay focused and grounded by practicing marshal arts, meditation, yoga and Ti Chi.
What’s the best bit of advice you’ve ever had?
That’s a hard one because I’ve been around so many great musician’s and artists. I guess it would have to be the advice from my uncle S.T. “Do What Makes You Happy” because in the end that’s all that counts.
I live in a small town about an hour from Nashville which has a pretty good music scene.