Different Kinds Of Music Quotes by Eric Church, Nina Simone, Drake, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Sherwood, David Sanborn and many others.
I think right now, you’ve seen these artists pop up over the last decade who’ve flirted with branching together a lot of different kinds of music. Some of them have been huge, and sold millions of records. And I think over time it’s become a little bit of what the industry can be.
I love to travel to hear different kinds of music.
I like all different kinds of music. I never heavily molded myself after rappers. Sometimes they say when you think something and you go to say it, you lose a lot of color about what you’re trying to say, so to me the best rappers are the people that don’t lose that color.
I’m a synthesist. I’m always making music. And I make a lot of different kinds of music all the time. Some of it gets finished and some of it doesn’t.
I have always enjoyed different kinds of music.
I have pretty ecumenical tastes. I’m interested in a lot of different kinds of music, so I don’t listen with a jaundiced ear to music because it’s in a certain category, whether it’s country or opera or hip-hop or bebop or whatever it is.
I had to make different kinds of music for everybody but still keep it classic T-Pain at the same time.
I like so many different kinds of music that I’ve never allowed myself the limitations of one particular range.
I am a woman of theatre, I’m a librarian of theatre and I love all different kinds of music and all different kinds of expressions.
I definitely enjoy working within different contexts, with different collaborators, and in different locations. I need to keep feeding myself as an artist by working with different people. I see continuing with that. I’ve also enjoyed getting to explore different kinds of music and instruments in the last couple of years.
Jazz music by its very nature is just a conglomerate of a lot of different kinds of music.
I sometimes play different kinds of music to see where the performers end up. I play one genre. Then something else when I do it again. It really helps.
I heard a lot of different kinds of music. I heard country music, I heard jazz, I heard symphonic music, opera, everything you can think of except very modern music.
I’m really just trying to do things that I enjoy. I’m trying to play music that I like to play and like to listen to. I just have to think if I like those different kinds of music, there are other people who aren’t so different from me.
I don’t know whether you [musician] can be all things to everybody, which is why there are different kinds of music.
I was working for Alan Lomax in the Library of Congress folk song archive, and starting to realize what a wealth of different kinds of music there was in this country that you never heard on the radio.
I’m kind of inspired by just all different kinds of music.