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That said, I think I felt that way because I knew that the gospel was true.There was this nagging feeling that it was true mixed with my desire for worldly fame and fortune.In sixth grade I was into New Kids on the Block, Another Bad Creation, and all of that music.I started a band with two of my friends; it was a rap/pop group. In high school, I moved to a suburb of Chicago called Crystal Lake and made some new friends.I remember having a conversation with my mom in high school. I had the erroneous thought that Heavenly Father did not want me to be happy.We were driving in the car, and she said to me, “I know you want to be a rock star but what if Heavenly Father were to say that’s not what He wants for you? Whatever I wanted, He would tell me to do something else just to spite me. The gospel made sense to me and spoke to me on a certain level but at the same time it made me angry. During high school one of my biggest complaints was that people in the church were not cool. It might be because I had older siblings who were kind of getting into it, and these were people I idolized.As far as performing musically, I’ve been in bands, whether real or imaginary, since the fourth grade.
I remember singing “I Hope They Call Me On a Mission” and thinking it was really preposterous because I didn’t want to be called on a mission.
I’m the youngest of seven kids so I always had older siblings playing music.
At a very early age I was exposed to cool music like Led Zeppelin and Depeche Mode.
As we were driving to the mall, we got off of the freeway, and my mom turned left instead of right to go to the mall. The mall is the other way.” She said, “ Oh, I didn’t realize.
I don’t know what I was thinking.” When I suggested she turn around, she said, “Oh, I missed the turn! I’ve been afraid of things in my life but that never stopped me from doing what I wanted to do.
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