Beth Phoenix Comments On Working As A Pianist Prior To Joining WWE


During today’s edition of WWE’s “The Bump”, WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix commented on working as a pianist prior to joining WWE, her upcoming EP release (Stone Rose & Bone), and more. You can check out some highlights from the show below:

On working pianist before signing with WWE: “Prior to working for WWE, I used to fund my indie habit working as a pianist. I played weddings, funerals, so I was in the wedding singer business, so to speak. I’ve been playing piano since I was 5-years-old. I led choirs; I’ve been part of choirs. During the pandemic, I was working virtually, you know, going through a lot of emotions – sadness and fear – and music has always been a big therapy for me in my life. So, this album kind of spawned from that, you know, being able to process things and to put out something good into the world when we were getting a lot of negativity.”

On Jeremy Borash shooting her music video: “What an amazing experience. I’ve done a lot of live performances in music, but I’ve never gotten to do the recording side of things. The WWE music group and also Jeremy Borash, who shot the video, put so much time and effort [into it]. It was something that I asked him to do because of how talented he is, and he did that for me, so I’m grateful for his talent.”

On when she started playing the piano: “I started lessons at 5-years-old with my piano teacher, Diana Hall. She was somebody that inspired me, and I have such gratitude for. I gotta tell you, it was the greatest gift I was ever given. My mom worked really hard to scrape the money together to get me piano lessons, and it was the greatest gift she could have ever given me.”

(h/t – Wrestling Inc)

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