Katie Rox is out with the music video to her new single ‘Now or Never’, the second video from the Canadian singer-songwriter’s third solo album ‘Pony Up’, which is available now at her official web site, katieroxmusic.com. Watch it below.
Katie Rox is out with the music video to her new single ‘Airplane’, off the Canadian singer songwriter’s third album ‘Pony Up’, available June 14th. Watch it via YouTube below.
Katie Rox checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@katiesoftrox) on Tuesday (January 27), talking about how she’s been experiencing a creative block of late. The former Jakalope singer tells readers:
Sometimes I wake up in the morning, look at my guitar, and then ignore it and go get coffee. People say you shouldn’t do that if you want to succeed. That it takes 10,000 hours of practice to be a master. 1000 to be an expert. People say if you work every single day on something, you will be great. Where there is a will, there is a way. And I do believe that, I really do. And sometimes I live by that. And, sometimes I don’t. Sometimes I wake up and I’m already defeated by myself. It can be as simple as hearing a great song that gets me in the mood to sing, write, play, book tours. Other times, it seems like nothing can. And at this moment… I don’t know what to do. I do have the live album that I can’t wait to get mixed so that I can share it. But I don’t know when that will be. I have some new songs that I recorded, but I don’t know yet if I want to release a full album, or singles. I just don’t know. And so I do nothing. I have reasoned with myself that that is ok, because it’s better to do nothing, than to keep going and go the wrong way because you didn’t map out where you wanted to go. Other people totally wing it and to them that’s half the fun. But right now, I’m doing nothing. The total opposite of 10,000 hours. Do you think they subtract hours from that?
Katie Rox checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@katiesoftrox) on Saturday (November 22), after doing a live album concert in Calgary earlier this month. The former Jakalope singer tells readers:
Due in part to touring schedules, and in part to just being oblivious (or out of touch, lazy….), I’ve missed a lot of great concerts that have come to Vancouver lately. Duffy, Jason Mraz, Ray Lamontagne….I’m drawing a blank here, but there have been plenty. I find this both slightly sad, but also ridiculous. “Ridiculous, why?” you ask? Because last night, I managed
to get myself out to see The New Kids on The Block. Yup. Last night, I got to live out my childhood dreams, and I did indeed feel like a kid all over again. I giggled, I used the top of my lungs to their full shrill potential and I loved every minute of it. I spend a lot of time listening to, dissecting and admiring clever, crafty, genius music (in my opinion) because and love it, and to inspire my own passion of songwriting. Last night, it was purely for entertainment and I soaked in every cheesy, heartfelt moment. Even my very reluctant boyfriend found himself laughing at the spectacle of it all. A spectacle it was, and I’m glad we went.