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Tinsel Korey (TK): I would say my music is sort of a blend of blues, rock, pop & jazz. My influences are probably, Portishead, Shania Twain and Sade. PEV: Is there one area you wish you could travel around and play that you have not yet? I've always wanted to go, and Irish people seem like a lot of fun. It's really tough when you're an independent artist, trying to promote your music. But right now at this moment I am writing to you from Vancouver, where tomorrow I'll be traveling to a secret location to film my portion of final chapter in the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.
A lot of people say I sound like Norah Jones and Jewel. I think you can hear a bit of that twang in my songs. PEV: Having played in the business for a good time now, what was it like for you when you first started out? And I can then write a song about what they're going through, and take things from my own life and mesh them together. TK: Well when I got Stevie Salas on board to produce, the first thing I said was, I don't want it to sound over-produced. PEV: Was there a certain point in your life when you knew that music and acting was going to be a career for you? PEV: How have all your friends and family reacted to your career? PEV: What can we find you doing in your spare time, aside from playing/writing music? PEV: Is there an up and coming band or artist you think we should all be looking out for now? "The definition of." One of the band members Noah Hunt has played guitar with me on stage. PEV: If you weren’t playing music or acting now what do you think you would be doing as your career? But that's just the tip of the iceberg, there's still lots to come from me.
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Don't get me wrong but the manliest men often have man-crushes on effeminate men. Its something you would have heard when the singer-song writer trend was happening, but updated for the times." Tinsel is actually wrapping up filming of "Breaking Dawn" right now, but is still focused on getting her first album out there. For now, check out "Letter" and keep reading for all the answers to the XXQ's. TK: Confused PEV: How do you balance both acting and music? It's like I'm in a relationship with two people who both want my attention, I love them both, but I just can't pick. Then they forgive me, fall back in love and the game of tug and war starts again. I'm not opposed to being signed to a label anymore, just as long as I can get the music done.XXQs: Tinsel Korey PEV: How would you describe your sound as a musician and what do you feel makes you stand out over the others in your genre? Who knows if that'll ever change, or even if I'll ever be able to balance them. That and trying to figure out how to get my song on the radio.E.g., "My mother's grandmother was a full-blooded Cherokee who was born and raised in Tahlequah." The people who refer to mysterious Indian ancestors (often Cherokee princesses) and can't or won't say more usually end up being frauds or wannabes.(That means you, Ward Churchill.)Incidentally, we've had enough debate on Tinsel Korey in this blog.