"I absolutely love Skillet's work. Really religious elements in a song doesn't bother me much as long as it's not brainwashing. I don't know if they're atheist or not, but voltaire's :"God thinks" is delightful."
"Billy Joel's lyrics were a major source of inspiration for me as a young teen. I lived by the line:
"They will tell you, you can't sleep alone in a strange place Then they'll tell you, you can't sleep with somebody else Ah,…"
"All right, I forgive you. (Please note, I'm trying to be funny there.) I guess I just happen to like Mark Cohn's song a little better than I like Creed's. My kids are more likely to pick the latter,…"
"Yeah, that was the original song I had for Q2 but I realized as I was writing that I like "Higher" much more than "Walking In Memphis". The fact is there are so many songs that are either explicitly religious in…"
"1. Most all of them for me.
2. Surat Feta Ali Khan. He is a Pakistani quali singer. I cannot understand a word he is singing, but as quali is described as inspirational devotional music I figure plenty of it is about how hid ecstasy is inspired by…"
Well, her mother is certainly Catholic and, as all KG fans know, swears a blue streak. My wife and I have tickets to see her in Phoenix on Nov. 6 (floor seats, row 21). We've watched the D-List since the first episode.
It's a Blue Man. From the Blue Man Group. (Actually it's a wax figure of one of the Blue Men, taken while I was in Vegas on a trip.) The group is really cool, though I recommend seeing them in NYC or Vegas or L.A., rather than on the road.
There are a ton of videos of them on YouTube, in case you're interested.