Elliott Yamin Interview in the National Ledger
There hasn’t been much news on the Elliott Yamin front lately. Word has it that he’s hard at work laying down tracks in a studio in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, his fans wonder when the talented Mr. Yamin will be picked up by a label.
This article is Part 2 of an interview conducted by Shirley Kennedy, a big E fan, of the National Ledger. Here are a few excerpts:
About his fans:
First and foremost, that’s all attributed to how hugely successful that the show is. It’s kind of weird. I feel cocky sometimes when I call them “fans.” It’s like, “I actually have fans, ” you know? It’s kind of weird just to hear about it. It’s weird in a very positive way. Fans are the people who really help catapult you to where you want to go in this business. They play a very intricate role, and I feel that I definitely need to do more to reach out to them.
About the music:
You know what? I hate to sound kind of—I just, whatever the word is—I think that whatever I do, I think it’s going to be how people are used to hearing me sound, and I think that whatever I do, I just feel kind of confident that they’re going to love what I do, you know what I mean?
Elliott plans to release a CD of original songs in early ’07.