By GWENDOLYN BOUNDS
“From the time he was a toddler, Ray Yodlowsky wanted to be the fifth Beatle.
He grew up in Carole King’s former house in suburban New Jersey, where the doorbell chimed ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,’ one of her first songwriting hits. He got his first drum set at seven years old. At 16, he jammed with Bruce Springsteen on guitar and keyboards at the Stone Pony club in Asbury Park, N.J. Then he skipped college, started rock bands and eventually hit the road with Meat Loaf and Matchbox Twenty. He even adopted a smoother last name — Andersen — to use on stage.”
– This article shows you that your business will not always go in the direction that you plan, but that is not necessiarily a bad thing. You need to keep an open mind to find success. -ed.