MonAmi’s Rock and Roll Rules

MonAmi Blog 3    The smart artist takes the time to study the greats in order to become greater. They build upon previous successes and avoid the pitfalls and mistakes of the past. While most musicians have those people who they look up to, and the rules they adhere to in their own career, here are mine. You’ll notice that I haven’t always gotten them 100% right, but even though I have broken some of them, I have always learned from them. Here’s hoping they will help you in the same way that they have helped me! -MonAmi

1. Do something worth remembering. -Elvis Presley

2. You Build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. -Johnny Cash

3. Don’t work at being ordinary. -Paul McCartney

4. I can’t think of anything more expressive than being a rock and roll singer. -Robert Plant

5. I may not believe in myself, but I believe in what I am doing. -Jimmy Page

6. I never trust anyone who doesn’t like Led Zeppelin. -Jack White

7. I won’t be a rock star, I will be a legend. -Freddie Mercury

8. If I told you what it takes to reach the highest high, you’d laugh and say nothing’s that simple. -Pete Townshend.

9. Don’t be in a band and then get involved with each other. – Ann Wilson

10. Before there was Elvis, there was nothing. -John Lennon.