So John, with a musician of your fanbase, you're just at the right level to be able to answer this: Do you think that as fame increases, problems also increase? In other words, is there a certain point where fame becomes too much and just redundant? Do you wish you were more famous than you are now? (Sorry, that's three questions, I cheated.)
Fame can bring issues for sure. Those are probably damned good problems to have.... But honestly, I've never actually wished for 'fame'. I do work very hard for success. Increased success brings the ability to access more listeners to my music and also the ability to expand the recording & touring process. Without success, there are no fans; without fans, there is no music.
Hey! Do you only use the babicz identity on you're solo work, or do you prefer any other acoustic guitars also?John Wesley responded on 02/06/2014 Next question
Hello John, my best wishes for you in the 2014. I was reading in the INSIDE OUT site that you are now with this record company. I will wait for you next record, here in México city is not so easy to find all the INSIDE OUT repertoire, but i hope that your CD will come to my land. I was in 2 Porcupine tree concerts here in México city: Fear of a blank planet and the incident. in both occasions I can appreciate the incredible work that you did with this group, you are a very talented musician, so please accept my congratulations.John Wesley responded on 02/06/2014