For singer Bruno Mars, entertainment is a family affair. The singer will grace the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine and lets fans in on what life has been like, being an entertainer for over two decades.
Inside of his interview with the magazine, he speaks about life as an Elvis Presley impersonator in the family band at the tender age of two.
Even before he was perhaps fully potty-trained, Mars was the front man in the family’s band. With successful shows in his home state of Hawaii, the band then broke up and Mars’ family struggled to live.
“I wouldn’t trade it for anything,” Mars tells Rolling Stone. “Because I feel like I can enjoy this so much.”
Mars who is scheduled to tour in the summer is the singer behind such hits as “Nothin’ on You” featuring B.o.B, “Billionaire”, “Just the Way You Are” , “Locked Out Of Heaven” and “Grenade”.
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Cicely C. Mitchell, MIX 96.5/ Houston