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When did you start your music Career?

I Began writing poems at a very young age after reading Shel Silverstein books.My life began with The Giving Tree. I presented poems to my school in Boise, Idaho, and was published on the spot in a book called Happy Poems. My Father moved us to Barstow, California. Where my life began to be gangs, drugs, and probation. At the age of 15 I took my poems with me to a rehab facility, Our Family foundation. Napa Valley, California. It was there that I was taught music theory and how to play the piano. I learned classical music and was inspired by the rap scene. Being the rebel that I was, I set forth to merge genres and rock the world with poetry.

What are some goals you have for your Career?

I will be one of the greatest writers to ever live. I hope to break many world records with hard work, and dedication.

What inspired the Name C'sMe?

I went by Charles, Chuck, or Charlie and some friends just called me C, for short. When someone asked who is C, I replied with C is me. I became C'sMe on accident. Later, Jamie pointed out that C'sMe was the first and last letter of my first and last name, “C”harle”s” “M”oor”e”. I decided to look no further for my pen name.

What's next?

Record after record, I will make history and spread my love and my nightmares. Autobiography or Bible I will be writing.

Who are your influences?

Shel Silverstein, Emily Dickinson, J.R.R. Tolkien, Rudyard Kipling, William Shakespeare,Anarchy, Beethoven, Mozart, Franz Liszt, that anonymous male or female that wrote Psychos Post, Jesus, Jamie, Creation itself, Beatrice Lynn Moore, Will Smith, The Toadies, James Daniel Ward, my producer Doc Woolf, and the amazing Dirt.

Do you attend sessions? What makes a good session?

Once or twice a week I unload my ideas to the studio. Cooperation makes a good session.

What inspires you to write music?

All my life my emotions were not accepted. Even if I liked my songs, and other people liked them, I didn't want my generations to come, to see me as Csme. But I realized that I can be who I want to be now, and change who I want to be later. So I didn’t try to do anything but be myself. Music became the best way to express the real me.

What do you like most/least?

I keep the Earth. I remove people's trash and try to make the World a better place.

I value all things that are of the Earth.

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What are your fondest musical memories? In your house? In your neighborhood or town?

When I was in high school I played keyboard, drums, and sang at the same time. It was quite an accomplishment for me, and I impressed myself

How do you balance your music with other obligations - mate, children, job?

I set goals and I make them happen, even if that means I lose sleep. Perfection is stressful so relaxation is key to productivity.


How do you handle mistakes during a performance?

Character and sex appeal.

Do you get nervous before a performance or a competition?

Only if my stomach hurts, or if I have had the hiccups excessively that day.


How often do you practice?

I never stop practicing.

How do you Practice?

Vocal range stretching, throat singing, breathe capacity exercises, random tempo melody creation



Musicians do you admire?

All musicians are inspiring as a whole to me, more than they are individually.

Do you perform in public?

I have been known to set up a kids drum set and play for all who wish to hear, in clubhouses, and gathering areas like parks or downtown. But I've also been ticketed for such.