There are so many similarities between P!nk and Adam Wendler musically, that I thought it felt right to lay some of the ones I’ve observed in a blog post. I mean, they haven’t been on the same song together, but they’ve both done a number of other things similarly if not the same!
So first off since P!nk’s 6 year old daughter, Willow, decided to question it: boys with long hair CAN look pretty cool, it’s all in how you move the hair and maybe a little help in the production end in some cases (video proof to follow from a music video that shows the idea of accepting a person as they are with all their appearances and character traits etc.) I know that P!nk shared a story relating to the whole concept of gender stereotypes in her acceptance speech after Ellen Degeneres announced her as the winner of the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. So here’s her acceptance speech from MTV’s youtube channel to prove I’m not making this up:
And here’s the proof that boys with long hair can look pretty cool:
I think both of the above videos show quite clearly how just doing what you want to do if you keep focused and work for it can lead to incredible things! It doesn’t matter how you look when you’re doing what you want to do, and you can have fun with it along the way! Fun rocks – unless it’s full of evil clowns, I suppose. So here’s another video for your entertainment:
And Adam apparently feels the same, burning the, perhaps illusory, past with the flame:
Both P!nk and Adam Wendler get political in their songs when they feel inspired too! Adam’s song, Man with the Loudest Thoughts, is on his latest album “Never Go Unknown” (produced by Siegfried Meier at Beach Road Studios) and is about Donald Trump. P!nk’s latest album “Beautiful Trauma” features a lead single about governments failing the people as she described in a recent interview in Australia’s 60 Minutes. She also did this song a few years ago, Dear Mr President:
Adam also wrote a song called First Prescription for his album “Never Go Unknown” which is about someone that is prescribed Ritalin at 8 years old and ends up overdosing on “better” drugs in the teenage years. P!nk actually did overdose at age 15, ending her drug use from age 12-15.
But what tipped me off to the idea of this blog post is really riding lawn mowers. They’re not super exciting to me in general, but driving one down the road with a travel mug, or taking a break from moon shining to sit back and drive one around a lawn relaxing with a beverage are whole different stories.
Pink driving down a busy road on a riding mower:
And perhaps most humorously like the rest of this video, scenes of Adam relaxing while lawn mowing on a riding mower:
It’s all about the riding lawn mower! But I mean, seriously, a collaboration could be a la Black or White or Earth Song by Michael Jackson for a new generation if they went a more serious route. The possibilities are endless, with their genre capabilities spanning from the likes of You+Me of which P!nk was a part, to Fermented Oranges of which Adam was the lead singer and some popular music popping up too! But a riding lawn mower competition would be kinda cool, eh?