Pete Orta: I've had the hardest time answering that question.
Pete: The title track sums up what the whole album is all about.
Pete: Musically, I feel like I've done it all. But spiritually I feel like I haven't said anything yet. So, my solo project is my opportunity.
Pete: I got my first guitar when I was four years old. And growing up in an abusive home, it was my therapy. I had a beginner chord book and one Ray Charles song that set me on my way.
Pete: It's about a street kid that found God.
Pete: No. But I have a specific guitar that I write songs on, a 1968 00-18 Martin.
Pete: Everybody has different experiences and will grab different things from different songs.
Pete: When I'm the most down in life I still feel the spark of God inside of me.
Pete: Seoul, Korea. The culture is so different from America.
Pete: Playing with my kids. I have a 3-year-old girl and a 6-month-old boy.
Pete: Anything Mexican food.
Pete: No plans. Everytime I make plans God sends me a different way.
Pete: Keep the faith.
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