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The pride I had for myself for finally remembering an interview time, and knowing I wouldn't be late for my upcoming phone call from famed country/ western singer George Canyon, was fading away faster than it had initially came.George would be phoning in ten minutes, and I still had to get home.At this point, she wouldn't confirm an interview, wanting to see some of my other work first, but I was glad I had a foot in the door.I sent Karen the links to my interviews with famed sex educator Sue Johanson, and with Thomas Cardinal Collins, the Archbishop of Toronto.As always, my heart was racing, as it does when I expect a phone call from someone for Canadian Stories.
A few songs here and there by certain artists allowed him to look at life in an abundance of ways, from the works of Johnny Cash to Randy Travis, and Bon Jovi to White Lion. Just like every lyric could hold an insurmountable amount of meaning, so did the lives of every person he had the chance to meet growing up.Looking down at some notes I had jotted, I knew which question stood out as all the all encompassing one, so I asked the famed singer “sitting at your dining room table at night, or in your living room, and looking back at the incredible career you've had, how would you describe it in a few shorts words?” For him, no artists really stood out as his inspirations.Their stories, together with the stories from his favourite singers, began to shape his outlook on life.
“You try and create the best music you can, and then just try to get your voice heard.There's George, with life as a musician and media figure, constantly being asked for some of his time (while also trying to have a personal life), and myself, still in school with a bombardment of other interviews to plan, and work on top.