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Exclusive Interview with Lawson Vallery

When did you first know you wanted to become a musical artist? What was the first song you ever wrote?

I can’t say it’s the first, but it is one of the earliest and one that I remember very well. I wrote it while hitchhiking from Las Vegas to Los Angeles in 1964. It’s called Reno because that sounded better than Las Vegas. It’s a true story about something that happened to a guy that had picked me up while I was hitchhiking from New York to LA. I finally got to record it in 2019

Tell us about your next single. What’s it called and tell us what the song is all about!

My next single will be released on Feb. 4th and it’s called Pillow Talk. It’s about a complicated love affair between a guy and a gal that live a long way apart and just find it really, difficult to get together very often.

If you could meet, play a gig, co-write a song, have dinner, have a drink with any band or artist (dead or alive) who would it be? 

It would be with a guy that used be a helicopter and would spend two weeks flying me and my crew around to different oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico from Morgan City La. In the late 1960s and the go back to Nashville on his two weeks off and sweep floors and try to sell a few songs. His name is Kris Kristofferson.

Between your very first performance and now, how would you say you have grown, as both a musician and an artist?

I guess when you consider that my first very first performance came five years ago at age seventy-three, I guess you could safely say that everything I know about the music business I have learned since then.

What would you like to be remembered for in your musical career, when all is said and done, when future music lovers look for and covet your music, what would you like them to be looking for and remembering you for?

Maybe for being a pretty decent poet and a hell of a storyteller. I would like to be remembered for writing about real life. About my own life and the lives of others I’ve met along the way

Where do you go from here, what performances are planned and are there any plans for a new album in the works for future release?

Where do I go from here? I recon your guess is as good as mine about that. I know where I want to go and that is to have just one hit song before I reach the end. But I might be running kind-a-short on time.

The performances are all covid dependent as it stands now. Bookings are made bit it’s touch and go as you know.

I plan to release a new album before the summer of this year, but I will release another single or two first

End of Interview

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