Kid Andersen has landed among the ranks of master class presenters for TrueFire TV, the release of new recordings for the Little Village Foundation, and a new album that’s in the works. Greaseland | Little Village Foundation | Blues GuitarKid Andersen has so much going on these days including having landed among the ranks of master class presenters for TrueFire TV, the release of new recordings for the Little Village Foundation, and a new album that’s in the works.

Episode Highlights

The episode begins with Kid’s recent work for TrueFire TV, and continues with:

  • How he helps singers advance their skills (and improves his own skills in the process)
  • Life as a producer and the current projects happening at Greaseland Studio
  • Having confidence in your own skills
  • The importance of pressure to creating his own albums
  • Creating a metal album with Skip The Needle
  • Being intentional with creating your sound
  • Kid’s thoughts on record labels

3 Key Points

  1. Albums involve so many people – surround yourself with the right ones.
  2. Success is defined on your own terms.
  3. Know the result you want to do before you do anything.

Tweetable Quotes

“It’s still daunting and intimidating to present your own creations and put it out there for everyone.”
–Kid Andersen, Greaseland Studio

“When I listen back to something that we did that makes me excited, that transports me. That takes me to a better place. That’s success to me.”
–Kid Andersen, Greaseland Studio

“You’ve got to take the same approach to singing as you take to playing an instrument.”
–Kid Andersen, Greaseland Studio

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