Doesn’t aging — not just wrinkles, but end of life — scare you?
If I have to fry eggs on my own stomach, I guess I will. My mother is so beautiful and graceful and positive.
And if you've ever wanted to ask Jann what superhero power she would choose, now's your chance!
She takes your Twitter questions, live on air, one last time.
Arden wasn't afraid, rather, she remembers "an unfailing boldness that would become my saving grace over and over as my life continued to unfold."That fortitude has seen Arden, 51, through family issues - her father's battle with alcoholism and her brother's conviction for murder - problems with her heart (she has a pacemaker) and a path to success that included too much alcohol, getting mugged, and working as a deckhand on a fishing boat.
Her wit and homespun wisdom remain as heartfelt as her hit choruses. That verse in particular is about the randomness of violence.
A song of yours called are much more applicable to these times than when you wrote the song? You don’t have to be doing anything wrong to get yourself killed these days.
Jann Arden has had a tough year—her father passed away in August and her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s shortly thereafter—but the 53-year-old singer-songwriter and author is in remarkably good spirits.
Part of this is that she’s been able to share her challenges in life online, with Facebook posts that have been read by millions around the world.
Plus, Jann reads another random passage from her favourite over-the-top romance writer, Jackie Collins.