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Then, we ended up playing a mutual friend's birthday party.

We didn't have a singer, so I stepped up to the mic, and we've been playing together ever since! When I was little, I would draw all the time, and my dad would encourage me, but he'd always be like, "You better not be tracing!

You have to look at it this way: Your parents are always going to be looking out for your best interests, but at the same time, it's a whole different generation.

When I was in a wheelchair for four months after I messed up my knee skateboarding, I was just doing art.

The singer-songwriter is dating Gym Class Heroes lead vocalist Travis Mc Coy and already got a promise ring from him.

Opened up about their love relationship, Mc Coy said in a recent interview, "We're going to spend the whole summer together.

My dad was really pushing me to look for a steady job, but I was like, no. They meet and put together these awesome scrapbooks with letters and pictures from our concerts, and then somebody will give them to us at a show. There's this one book that's my favorite — it's like "150 Reasons Why I Love Travis"! It's like seeing all of my memories, but from a different perspective.

I'm not you — he still goes to work at 5 in the morning, and he's in his 50s! After I started taking music seriously and our first record went gold, I sent my dad a copy of it, and when I went home, he had it hanging up on the wall.

And then I realized that that wasn't really helping things.

I started actually listening to her." Mc Coy teamed up with Jason Mraz on "Rough Waters," a collaboration that he considers "a happy accident." "Benny Blanco, who produced the song, I believe he was working with Jason, and Jason laid some guitars on it and re-sang the hook.

As for the ring he presented to her, Mc Coy revealed "I went in (to the jewelry store) and said I wanted a ring.