Robert Thied was once a pianist.
He is now a pianists father.
He was once known as the greatest pianist in the world, and he was a superstar in the 1960s.
Now he’s a father, a father of three, who has a son who is a singer and musician.
Now that is a tough one.
“When you have a lot of talent, you want to do it in the right place at the right time, in the best possible way,” Thied said on the phone from his home in New Jersey, where he’s based.
“But it’s a very difficult balance, in terms of what you’re trying to do with your time, your life and your career.
I had to make a tough decision.
I decided that it’s time to step aside from my piano career.
It’s not a career that I’m very interested in.”
I was born with a passion for music and I think that it is the only thing that I could have done with my life.
I could’ve been a father.
I would’ve done more for other people.
I think music is really important in a person.
You can do anything you want with it, but at the end of the day, it’s your own life.
“So it’s hard to say, ‘Oh, well, it doesn’t matter, it won’t matter if I’m still playing.'”
So now he’s doing something else.
He’s a pianos dad.
That is an incredible challenge.
The thing that struck me about him is he never had any problems with his father, who died when he was 10 years old.
I mean, this is somebody who was a rock star and a jazz musician and a world-class pianist and pianist with a great style.
I don’t think he even thought about it, in my opinion.
He did everything he could to make sure that he could give his dad all the love and attention that he was going to get.
“You’ve got to make the right choice,” he said.
“But he gave me the opportunity to make that choice, to make it a good decision.”
I remember thinking about him in my mind when I was a kid.
He had this amazing, incredible voice.
He played in some of the best jazz clubs in the country, but he was also a talented singer.
And he was always trying to give my dad the best opportunity to learn how to play.
He taught him how to sing in school.
“When I was in kindergarten, I was always singing in the back of the class.
And I remember he would say, “You can’t be the first to sing your class.
You have to be the last.””
And then in seventh grade, he said, “I’ve got a teacher for you.”
So I learned to sing.
“And it’s like a new way to grow.
It just really started to open up my eyes and it opened up my heart.
So it’s just a great blessing.
He changed my life, and that was a blessing.”
Robert Thied, a jazz pianist from the 1960 to the 1980s, is now the father of a son, Scott Thied.
Robert Thying, a pianers father, talks to a group of students in the middle of the campus at Westwood Community College in New York City, Oct. 1, 2019.
Robert Thies, a saxophonist, talks with a group in the Middle East and South Asia, at a private school in New Delhi, India, in October.
Robert and Scott Thies are expected to speak to the world at a summit of the World Congress of Families in New Orleans on Oct. 21.
Robert and Scott are expecting their first child, Scott’s daughter, and a fourth child is expected to arrive soon.
It was the second time that Thied and his wife, Lisa, have given birth to a baby boy in their home in the New Jersey suburbs.
“We have a beautiful family, but we have to take care of it,” Scott Thie said.
They have a wonderful life, a wonderful marriage and they’re a great couple.
I was very blessed to have him and I wish him well.
“He says the last couple of years were a tough transition.
His wife is taking care of the baby, and their son, who’s four years old, is in preschool at a local day care center.
He says he was very grateful for his wife’s support and also for the support of his son, whom he is raising as a Christian.”
It was the hardest couple of months I’ve ever had.
It wasn’t like, ‘Well, I’m going to give up my career.’
It was, ‘We’re going to have to make this decision,'” he said in an interview on Monday.”
There were a lot things that were very tough for me. But