The interesting phenomena that puzzles me in today's "pop oriented" culture is that whenever an artist chooses to guard their personal life and conduct themselves with discretion, this artist is invariably labeled "eccentric", or a "recluse", or "difficult".
Why should anybody assume that just because an artist chooses not to give interviews, he/she is a recluse?
Certainly, not the case with me; in fact, quite to the contrary!
I do resent the fact that because of my high regard for my privacy, I have been labeled by an occasional frustrated journalist as "a recluse".
The dictionary clearly defines recluse as "a person who withdraws from the world to live in seclusion and often in solitude".
AG: Oh, combination of factors First, a general disillusionment with the fact that so often my words have been distorted, omitted, "edited", taken out of context, or misinterpreted.
When I first started singing, I gave interviews, and often I would get upset when I would see the final product, but, also an important factor is that I truly do not like to talk about my private life, and too often would find myself in the unpleasant situation of being asked questions about my private life.
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