Today we are sharing an exclusive interview of Teddy Nall. So, without wasting the time let’s get started.
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A: Thanks for having me, it’s a pleasure to be talking to you and helping spread the story of an awesome woman that is an inspiration for all, Julia Nall.
Q: How did you come into the music industry?
A: I guess I stumbled into the music business because I have only played as a hobby. I will be 60 y/o Nov 22, 2020, and have only played and sung sitting around with family and friends, and at church.
Q: Who was your inspiration for music?
A: My inspirations run the gamut. Andre Crouch, Waylon Jennings, Electric Light Orchestra, Jerry Reed, Conway Twitty, Doobie Brothers, etc…
Q: What is the name of your debut song?
A: She Never Lost Her Smile (Julia’s Song). It practically wrote itself. It’s about my daughter-in-law Julia who has been fighting cancer for 14 years. She is currently battling leukemia. She also has a tumor wrapped around her spine that has eaten up her L3 and L4 vertebrae. She has recently had encephalitis and meningitis. She has not let that cause her to lose her faith in God.
Q: Say something about your musical journey?
A: I guess this musical journey has just begun because it’s the first song I ever wrote. LOL.
Q: Who helped you most in your journey?
A: Pastor Ken Siffiord, Church of God in Westlake, Louisiana. The man is musically diverse, and a multi-instrumentalist.
Q: Who gave you pieces of advice?
A: Ken told me to write what’s real in my life. He also helps me structure songs that I write down and may need direction on.
Q: What do you do nowadays?
A: I currently still play in church and my living room, and spend as much time with my beautiful bride and son, as possible.
Q: Let us know something about your future projects.
A: I am giving some serious consideration to putting a video together to an instrumental I wrote and turned into my ringtone.
Q: What is your message to your fans?
A: My message would be that life gives us the opportunity to write and live what we feel is real and/or experience. Also, always believe in what you’re doing, whether it’s music, parenting, schooling, career….whatever. Dig in and go for it. Life is too long to live not wondering what we might have missed out on by not reaching out for the brass ring.
Q: Any message for new artists?
A: New artists…Believe in what you do, and make it so real to you, that they feel it. Be true to yourself. God has given us a vast range of potentials. Explore them, and thank Him for giving you what you need to pursue and reach that potential.