ER: Last month you finally released, The Weather – I've listened to it and it's incredible. Are those all originals? Can you tell us more about the inspiration behind some of your favorite songs?
RH: The Weather is about my life as an artist. The ups and downs, the expectations, the disappointed feelings when things don't work out the way you hope. It's also about the joy of living in such a place where there's so much opportunity. I was raised really believing I could be or do anything I wanted. I co-wrote a few songs on the album with Bonnie Hayes, and I wrote with Scott Lipsitz, but most of the songs I wrote myself. Basically, if you have a dream that you're procrastinating on, this album is for you. There's a track called “Silver Tongue” that speaks to the fact that I have the ability to talk myself into anything. Or out of anything. The song “The Weather” really encapsulates the whole album. Read more here.