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Clean-cut and wearing a simple grey sweater and skateboarding shoes, Tell laughs a lot but speaks with a hint of careful distance. It makes me think of that Seinfeld episode where someone keeps saying fiancée in an annoying way. I started college at Cal State, Chico, when I was 18, but I didn’t find it very… So I came home after my freshman year and talked to my parents about it, and I told them I wanted to take a year off to try to do music.He makes clear that he guards his privacy and would not have consented to an interview with a publication whose focus was his romantic life. You said we couldn’t do this interview at your apartment because your girlfriend was having friends over. [Pause.] Oh yeah, the episode where Elaine is trapped in a conversation with a woman who keeps asking about the whereabouts of her fiancé and then Elaine suggests that a dingo ate him. I had five goals and I told them that if I didn’t achieve them within a year, I would go back to school.The reality star turned fashion designer–author–beauty blogger shared the news and a picture of the engagement ring on her website.As a media personality, her love life has always been highly publicized, and some of her relationships were even part of the central plots in her reality shows. It all started out in high school with her crush on fellow "Laguna Beach" star Stephen Colletti.” But times in the music industry were different in 1999. I wanted to try writing songs and singing rather than playing guitar and singing backup, so I left and started working on my own music.Did you know your lawyers while you were in the band? There were five of us in the band, so not everybody needed to talk to the lawyers. I signed a solo deal a year or two after I left the band, went out and toured and did the whole thing, and then, after a while, it got to the point where I was approaching 30, rapidly, and I hadn’t struck it big on my own.But you grow up hearing stories of people trying to rip you off in the entertainment business, so we wanted someone we could trust and somebody we felt was genuine. [Laughs.] Actually, one of my attorneys is still a very close friend of mine. She always told me that I would be a great lawyer, which didn’t bode well for my career as a musician. I’d had some success, but music is a young man’s business.[Laughs.] Also, the other guitarist in my band is a lawyer. You really need to be between 17 and 25 to break in, although there are exceptions.
He apparently wanted to focus on his career and wasn’t very supportive of hers.
And the music business wasn’t exactly banging down my door. Was it strange to be studying music business in college after, you know, having succeeded in the music business?
Oh yeah, it was surreal to say the least — professors would ask me, “William, how does work now? And at the same time, even though I’d been in the band, I was doing what I had to do to afford school.
But I didn’t know that would happen when I made the proposal to my parents.
I think about it now, like, “What the hell was I thinking?