WHICH HAS BEEN YOUR BEST VALENTINE’S DAY?
J: It was a gorgeous dinner – candlelit and all romantic.
D: I received 24 red roses from an anonymous admirer. I still have the card but I’ve never found out who sent them.
AND YOUR WORST VALETINE’S DAY?
J: The time that I got nothing at all – not even a card.
D: When I was only sent one card.
WHAT’S YOUR BIGGEST TURN-ON?
J: I love a good body and suggestion. You know when someone isn’t outcoming with what they want. It’s rather an underlying thing.
D: Definitely suggestiveness.
AND YOUR BIGGEST TURN-OFF?
J: Someone who’s totally full of themselves. I don’t like vanity.
WHICH IS YOUR FAVORTIE LOVE SONG?
J: I have so many. Probably any track from “The Big Blue” – I find that type of music so romantic.
D: “Hello” By Lionel Ritchie.
DO YOU WRITE YOUR LOVE SONGS ABOUT YOUR OWN EXPERIENCES?
J: None on the elpee (“Ready and Willing”) are about my experiences, though “Young Hearts” could relate to me.
D: I mostly write from experience, personal messages coming from the heart.
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN LOVE?
J: No. I’ve never been totally in love.
D: Maybe once.
WHAT DO YOU THINK LOVE IS?
J: I don’t know. I’ll let you know when I fall in love.
D: That’s a difficult one. I think it’s something unconditional – when you enjoy being with someone without expecting anything of them.
HOW MANY VALENTINE’S CARDS WILL YOU BE SENDING?
J: Many!!! I’ll send them out to make people feel better so they don’t have to go through a Valentine’s Day without anything like I once had to.
D: I’ll also have great fun sending out lots to those people who I know want cards… But I’ll send them anonymously.