I think that in music there’s a oneness, there’s a sweetness. Or there can be. What I call music, anyway … the music I like. I go to it for that oneness and that sweetness.
If you look at the world, there’s so much separation. There are polarities and wars. But to sense a oneness and a sweetness, I mean, that it. That was the ultimate. The best thing in life. And I did sense that in music, so that’s what is divine to me. That’s a form of the divine.
From Performing Songwriter Issue 24, May/June 1997