Zitat des Tages von Elle King:
I started with the guitar around 12 years old but didn't learn the banjo until I was about 18 or 19.
I grew up barefoot, dirty, climbing trees. It made me appreciate things more.
I'm a really good friend; I'm terrible to date.
I flip the turntables. I write a lot from the male perspective, but as a female. That's how I live my life. I can roll with the boys.
I don't like people who are just takers.
I think I write funny songs that make people kind of, like, stop what they're doing and be like, 'What did you say?' And then it makes them laugh a little bit.
I love to sing big rock and roll songs; I love to sing country-pop stuff, and then I love to sing soft, sadder beautiful songs.
My first name is a boy's name. It's Tanner. I've always gone by my middle name but, yeah, my first name is Tanner. And King is my mom's last name. I took my mom's last name since I was 18.
My dream duet would be with Dolly Parton!
Sometimes, if you fake confidence long enough, you're going to be confident.
I'm actually a barefoot girl.
I'm really not good at anything else, so if I don't make it as a musician, I'll probably just end up living in the woods with a bunch of dogs.
I was born out of a Vegas marriage: My parents got married three days after they met.
I fall in love fast, and I fall out of love even faster.
I have a really supportive, great group of friends, and we all push each other. They come to my shows, I go to their premieres; it's wonderful.
I used to be afraid to use the word 'pop' to describe my music, but underneath my tough, bad-girl sound, there's some fun.