UNIONVILLE TIMES (PENNSYLVANIA) -- “When I was 19, I took my Bar Mitzvah money and left L.A. I went to school at San Francisco State. A Philosophy professor there told me to quit school and do what I loved.
“I’ve been touring and living on the road since I was a teen. I worked for a record label — Drive Through — and booked bands for Capitol Records. I loved the music industry since I was a kid, but I always wanted to be a musician.”