I always tell people I want to see the world through His eyes, and I want people to see Him in me.
I was raised Catholic, but my father's people were Methodist, so we went to both churches.
These songs have always been with me. They have helped me through some rough times. When I felt like I had nothing, I still had these songs.
Success to me is being together as brothers and still looking out for each other.
That sound of praising the Blessed Lady was like a saving grace for me, especially when I was at the bottom of a pit.
And I wanted to learn how to pray.
At dances when I was a little kid, Art would be up there singing while I'd be dancing with some girl a foot taller than me.
But I knew if I ran I'd never be able to sing, so I had to take my punishment.
Every morning I wake up and thank God.
Growing up my mother played Sarah Vaughan and Nat Cole in the house regularly.
It's a 360-degree sound experience. Like you're in the middle of the band. A lot of people have the technology to play the format, so why not put it out there. It sounds great.
So now I have a collection of poetry by Aaron Neville and I give it to people I want to share it with. I'd like to publish it someday.
When you were a kid, a day was a long time and a year was a long time.
The extras are a nice bonus feature, but the main incentive is the musical experience.
We lived together as kids, and now we're taking care of each other as men.