Marx – Hey well I’m a multi-instrumentalist/songwriter by trade working with Bon Jovi most of my career, to working with Cordel, man I’m loving it.
Wow, that’s impressive, how does it compare?
Marx – Well, Cordel has a rock star voice, so no change there, these songs we’ve done together are dynamite. He’s an incredible songwriter, and pretty nifty on the piano too after I taught him my tricks
Brilliant, how does your songwriting process work?
Marx – Usually quite spontaneously, we will play with the melody and Cordel’s lyrics will just flow out. 99% of the album was written that way. Cordel has the largest voice I’ve ever heard so I think of him as a painter with more colors than any other painter. We could be recording for 50 more years and we wouldn’t have shown everything he can do.
Marx – To the stratosphere. I wish I could talk about what we’re working on , I wish I could show you how just text me (Hint it’s a huge Hollywood director asking for Cordel) but I will say this, you’d have to be under a rock not to hear about him this year.
And we will be there to cover it. Quick question how did you meet Cordel?
Marx – Wish I could answer that but I promised Gary (Who we are interviewing next) that he could tell that story, it’s a good one.
We see the chauffeur driven car waiting to take you away – so we won’t take anymore of your time, thanks Marx.
Marx – Thanks if I don’t go, they might replace me hahaha.
Catch us next time with Gary and one special guest.