Dewar, Michaela 2003-04-30

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Michaela Dewar moved from New Zealand to pursue her music career in America. She attended South Plains College in Levelland, Texas to gain further education in preparation for the music industry.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Michaela Dewar

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Date: April 30, 2003

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Carly Wagner

Length: 00:45:13


Introduction; Childhood background; Dad a school teacher; Played guitar; Attended an all-girls’ high school; Joined all-girl band; About the band and members; Type of music played; Moved and started own band; Performing her own songs; Life in Australia; Dating; Loved ones; Parents’ thoughts; Music college; Famous band members; Coming to Levelland and Lubbock, Texas; Attending South Plains Community College; Australian music scene versus American music scene; Traveling in America; Inspiration and favorite musician; Gigs around town; Working with voice instructor; Nervous on stage; Titles of some of her songs; Singer or songwriter; Future plans; To finish album; “Be where the action is” (LA, Austin, New York, Nashville).

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