I love music, I have a lot of friends in music, a lot of friends who are DJ-ing and I got the opportunity to do a couple of sets and I took it. I'm going to be incorporating a little bit of the , but I'm very good friends with them. It's not going to be heavy tech, it's going to be a mixture of old and new styles back and forth. It gave me the ability to work with the organizations that I work with. You can listen to a song and you can feel things, you can see things, you can feel emotions that without it you can't do on your own. It inspires people, it gets people up, it gets people moving, it gets people dancing and it brings people together. It's not that I can't do it, it's just going to take a very long time. I've been thrown into positions where I'm given the opportunity and I kind of go with it, like, "Well this is what I can do and what I can bring, let's see how I can work with that." When it came down to acting I was given an opportunity.
When teen rocker Jude Harrison (Alexz Johnson) enters an "American Idol"-style talent contest and beats out a slew of superficial pop singers for the top prize, she blossoms into an instant celebrity.Of course, you’ll have to discuss things thoroughly like the adults that you are, but putting things in perspective using a song might make the transition easier.How to deliver the breakup song You can’t just whip out your speakers and start playing the breakup song at full volume while your partner sits next to you like a deer caught in the headlights.In a recent interview with Young Music City, Alexz said: “I’m co-headlining with Charlene Kaye who I met in the Rockwood scene in New York – she’s a super talented, fierce musician and I respect her a lot.We just kind of hit it off and we thought, ‘why not just go on tour?’” Every night, the pair closes out the show by playing a cover of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” with all tour-members on stage.