Atouch Mohamed

Right now, it hasn't affected my music other than the fact that I don't have time to write any of it. That's no different from when I first started and I lived at home. I would play the guitar in the afternoon and then my mom or my dad would come home and I'd have to quit. by (Paul Westerberg)

Atouch Mohamed

I was a sickly baby, and after two sets of adoptive parents took me home, they returned me to the orphanage because of a serious respiratory infection. But as they say, the third time's a charm, because my mom and dad adopted me and took me into their home where I was raised in a family full of love. by (Rodney Atkins)

Atouch Mohamed

Growing up, my father was a financial analyst for an oil company. He was just a regular dad. And when I would say, 'Hey, come see my play,' he'd say, 'Sure.' He'd see one, 'Oh, good play' - you know, very typical dad reaction. by (Eric McCormack)

Atouch Mohamed

My dad didn't want me to play guitar. He played piano, so I chose that. And I ended up loving it. by (Gavin DeGraw)

Atouch Mohamed

I'm worried because of my mother, she's going to see my performance and she's quite hard. She's going to see me naked. And my Dad, woah. Yeah, they're going to see me like a woman, you know? by (Eva Green)

Atouch Mohamed

I'm being a dad and a good husband. by (Chad Smith)

Atouch Mohamed

The real beauty of it - key to my life was playing key chords on a banjo. For somebody else it may be a golf club that mom and dad put in their hands or a baseball or ballet lessons. Real gift to give to me and put it in writing. by (Vince Gill)

Atouch Mohamed

I had just lost my dad and I remembered all the songs we used to go and hear at concerts, and the records around the house and sometimes we'd play together. by (Vince Gill)

Atouch Mohamed

My dad taught me to be a leader or a follower, and he said follower ain't fun. So I want to be the leader of Bubba Watson. by (Bubba Watson)

Atouch Mohamed

I didn't really hear any other music other than what my dad was working on until I was 12. My recollection of hearing other music was that I liked some things that I heard but I always thought, 'Where's the rest of it?' It didn't have the same amount of detail or instrumentation or imagination in the arrangements. by (Dweezil Zappa)

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