A long and interesting interview with ZoŽ Keating was just posted at innerviews.org
I thought that members here might find this question/answer interesting...
What impact did your work with Imogen Heap have on your career?
Those tours were really fun. I had such a great time with her. I felt like I met a kindred spirit. It was remarkable. She called me up out of the blue and said ďCan you go out on tour with me in two weeks?Ē [laughs] We hit it off right away. It was like we had known each other forever. It was also a great opportunity because it exposed me to an entirely new audience that never would have found me otherwise. I think it took my career to a whole new level. I got a lot more exposure. She also has the same standards I have. I feel like I owe it to myself and the audience to make music thatís as good as it can possibly be. If itís sub-par, I donít want to do it. Iíd rather do nothing than do something thatís mediocre. Imogen is exactly the same way. She has classical training like me. Sheís a serious musician working in a pop format. She could easily change careers and become a serious composer. It felt very inspiring to spend every day with someone like that. What makes me sad is that we live so far away from each other. I would love to pop down to her house in London and improvise together more often.
It's always nice to hear nice things being said about Imogen.
Be sure to check out the rest of the article if you're interested in ZoŽ music creation process.
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