"Voice" Sayings and Quotes
I've said very openly that the first aspect of my artistry to arrive was writing. It took me a good number of years to find my voice.
All we do as songwriters is rewrite the songs that have impressed us till we find our own voice. It's part of learning the craft.
I should like to be remembered as the man who raised a voice against... placing limitations on the freedom of the individual.
As conservatives, we know the media is stacked against us. We know popular culture is often stacked against us. We know the narrative has been written without our voice despite our best efforts.
Comcast is a big voice: they have a tremendous voice across America; they're a tremendous voice in Spanish and English, and they have a tremendous voice in Washington.
I listened to classical guitar and Spanish guitar, as well as jazz guitar players, rock and roll and blues. All of it. I did the same thing with my voice.
Starting out, I bet I didn't get a lot of parts because of my strange voice. I'm not consciously thinking, 'Hey, sound like a squeaky dog toy mixed with a bagful of rusty nails.' It's just what my voice has done.
I find standard American the hardest. It really fits in a different place in your mouth. Southern, I find the easiest. If you talk to a dialect coach and you get sort of technical, where an English person keeps their voice in their throat, a Southern person does the same, and it's got the same sort of music to talking.
I've become a much better player, so I feel like my voice is heard and taken for what it's worth a little bit more.
My ideal role would be a baddie in a James Bond film. I think the wheelchair and the computer voice would fit the part.
Right now, they feel they have lost their voice, and their miseries have increased since my departure.
With all the outlets, if you have a strong comedic voice, there's a venue to do your thing. It's a bit of a meritocracy, where the best stuff rises to the top.