The first time I went to Sturgis, I remember thinking, 'This motorcycle thing, this is me.'
It's not just music. To me, it's songwriting more than anything. A lot of people say it's expression, but to me, it's more than that.
You meet people in the business and wonder how compassionate they are.
Every bit of joy in my heart, you know, every smile on my face is yours. It's awesome to be able to share that with somebody.
I still live in the same town where I grew up.
If I'm ever having a good time, I'll write about it so I'll remember it.
When it came to rock, I was always drawn to guitars.
I was fortunate enough to have a situation in my life where everything did shake out and hit rock bottom, and I did see who was standing there and really saw who had my back for real.
From the R&B side, I've always been a huge Brian McKnight fan. He's just as talented as it gets vocally, and as a musician. I think it'd be real cool to do something with him.
I'm not real good at surfing, and I'm terrified of sharks. That's, like, one of my main fears. Snakes, sharks, deep water, and commitment. I think those are my four big ones.
If I read a script in the future that I feel like I could have a little fun with or that reflects me well, it may be one of those things that I try out. But, of course, music's my number one priority.
Being on stage and on a motorcycle are two of the only places I feel comfortable and free. Those are my happy places.
I sing about the things that I don't have conversations about.
I'm a very happy man. I've seen how bad it can get, and I'm sure it could get worse if I let it, but all that made me appreciate where I am. Plus, I'm married to a very hot woman who got away.
I love Eighties rock.
I don't try to be somebody I'm not.
I'm a country guy from a small town, you know, and it comes across as real because it is.
I think I definitely get my soft side from my mother.
I don't need anything to have a good time or be a hell-raiser. I was born one.
Being in Nashville was not me, and I needed to go home and reset before I got in over my head.
Those people are the lifeblood of what we do. We don't have fans. We have friends.