Pop Singer Angie Maserati
photo credit: Jay Dixon and Kevin Thomas

While not easy, Bay Area singer Angie Maserati explains the art of positivity during a pandemic. Maserati is back with Dave to promote her latest music with the videos shot in Italy. In a conversation that addresses life crossroads and choices, Angie also offers her thoughts on those for and against vaccinations. She also addresses the need to take ownership of her product in every area to fulfill the vision and calls the recordings a team effort with contributions from the likes of renowned guitarist Ramon Stagnaro and producer Peter Michael Escovedo. Maserati continues to inspire where perhaps you take your game to the next level and make your life the masterpiece it was meant to be.

The Dave Lewis Show
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Bay Area singer Angie Maserati on the inspiration to go for it in life without turning back
September 15, 2021

Bay Area singer Angie Maserati on the inspiration to go for it in life without turning back

"I was in bands where I was doing 100 shows a year. Cover bands--singing other peoples music and stories which I love. I make them all my own. I forget that Steve Perry sings 'Don't stop Believing' and I feel like it's my song at this point. But that wasn't the dream. It was cutting it short to be safe to make sure everyone was happy. And then when I remembered what it was I really dreamt of my whole life--what I really, really wanted. I had to do it."
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"It's really interesting if we don't chose where we place our focus, we tend to focus on negative things. If there are 100 people in the audience and 99 of them are our friends, our family and loved ones and one of them is a critic from The Chronicle, where's your focus going to be?....We all were cavemen thousands of years ago and the way we survived: we cam out of cave and we'd look around and and we'd say is there anything out there that's gonna eat us?"
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"I'll call the Mudbugs' game then head over to the El Dorado and deal some cards or supervise all the way up to 8 a.m. and sleep for maybe five or six hours and do it again on Saturday night. And then after Saturday night, I'll come home Sunday and sleep most of the day to recover and work graveyard again Sunday night."
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They have those amazing muscles on their bodies and they look fantastic but is that attainable for the regular person? I don't believe so. They train like animals and have to have real restrictive diets to be in that shape and form. And it's for a temporary basis. Very few competitors on that level maintain that body year round. And that's not regular person. I"m the regular person. I'm the person next door who lives the lifestyle. I'm not here to tell you how to build a muscular body or this body that's going to be as hard as steel. No, I'm just a woman who's almost 50, who's learned to live a healthy balance. And I incorporate mental health, physical health, emotional health and spiritual health into my whole composition of helping people."
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