The daughter of Michael Jackson and indie-folk musician, Paris Jackson has unveiled the tough sides of live shows for her in the latest episode of Facebook Watch series, ‘Unfiltered: Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn.’
The young and talented musician Paris Jackson has explained how the live performances affect her mental health and how she struggles to find her way as an artist. She revealed that it is hard for her to be on stage and to figure all out whereas her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn, the other member of The Soundflowers, is more comfortable during the shows due to his prior stage experiences.
Paris Jackson said that she easily got anxious while playing in a more intimate setting. Although they toured as a band from November 2019 to January 2020 and did a couple of shows, Jackson says that she keeps searching her stage presence on the ‘Unfiltered‘ series, which gives an insight into the musical journey of Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn together.
Here is what Paris Jackson said on the new episode of the series:
“Sometimes it’s tough playing shows because I feel like I’m kind of going through this blindfolded, and I’m just trying to figure this all out. But it’s really exciting to share it and put it all out there.”
“Playing our first few shows, I realized that I just don’t have it at all. I do get anxious about playing in a more intimate setting.”
You can see the detailed news here and watch the sneak peek of the new episode of the series below.
Paris opens up about navigating her career as a musician. A new episode of Unfiltered: Paris Jackson & Gabriel Glenn drops Tuesday, only on Facebook Watch.
Gepostet von Unfiltered: Paris Jackson & Gabriel Glenn am Donnerstag, 23. Juli 2020