I have known Tricia ever since her birth on July 7th, 1979 because she's my sister and she is one of the most amazing people in the world.
Superchick is a gender neutral term and it just refers to a state in which you stop caring what other people think and you don't let their negative opinions affect you. You just go and do what you're supposed to do. We believe that God has a path of greatness for everyone. Everyone is meant to be something amazing and special.
I love the Dixie Chicks and SheDaisy. We all like a little bit of this and a little bit of that. We've got some rap—not my favorite but the guys like it and we like things they don't like.
Ian [Eskelin of All Star United] and I went to school together. We were in bands together all the way up until when we split and I did Church of Rhythm and he did All Star. Actually, one of All Star's guitarists has joined sort our writing collective, the group of people that create with us.
I've dated a lot. I've done the whole scene and really, it's never too late to change your life. That's what God tell us. From here on out, if you want to live a different kind of life, you want to be a different kind of girl, do it. It's never too late.
I talk about my mom with cancer and stuff which is a big deal to me — about how my mom had cancer and she was miraculously healed. Everyone has a story of a friend or family member that is dealing with something like that. And that is something that really hits home. We talk about stuff like that at least two times on the record.
Our main goal is to write music that really changes kids lives. That is really the focus. We could be a band that writes music just to write music. But we really felt that it is a privilege to actually say something.
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