I'm just thrilled to see people enjoying the music.
There's also, I think more so in the music business and especially for women, this ceiling that people put on you if you have children or a family and decide to spend time with them.
This genre of music seems to want to push people into a certain time slot, which is unfortunate.
As you know, the business is cyclic with styles. It's no different from clothing styles.
In between that time, I've done book narrating, you know, books on tape for Dove Audio.
I've been lucky. I've had this history of having an appeal to more than one type of audience.
It would be nice to garner new fans and make it a success - and success is relevant, we already know all that.
I work a lot, and not just in Las Vegas.
And looking at today's music scene, I think it's cool that there are a lot of consumers and fans not limited by what radio and the record companies tell them to buy.
Our show doesn't rely on the typical whistles and bells, and smoke and mirrors. It relies mostly on the music.
The very fact that I've had those established me to continue on to do new music and new projects.
Songs like the Buck Owens tune, for example, are very simple and straightforward, and recording it really gave me a chance to get into and get a sense of Buck's personality, a feel for that whole Bakersfield sound.
I'm not a toy boy, bellybutton band, so I don't have to worry about that. Actually, I never did.