Mickie James Discusses Her Music Career, If Wrestling Is Harder

TNA Knockouts Champion Mickie James did a Q&A with The Charleston Gazette to promote Friday’s “Basebrawl” TNA live event in Charleston, West Virginia. Below is an excerpt:

Q: How is your music career?

A:”We just had CMA Fest last week and went to the CMA Awards and to the Spike TV Guy’s Choice Awards. I got home, like, at 4 a.m. Monday.

“The album ['Somebody's Gonna Pay'] came out May 7. There’s the single and a music video. I was really fortunate. My friend [Trish] Stratus co-starred, as well as fellow TNA Superstar Magnus. He plays the guy I smash over the head with the guitar.

“It was awesome. All my friends came out.”

Q:Which is harder: music or wrestling?

A:”With wrestling, I started very grassroots. I built my way up. With music, I’m doing the same thing. I’m starting all over with the music business.

“Granted, I’m fortunate because I’ve built such a name in wrestling, but that’s a catch-22. People are willing to hear you out, but they think, ‘Oh, it’s that wrestling chick.’

“Of course, at the end of the day, you need to be able to sing.”

Click here to read the Q&A in its entirety.

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  • Chris

    Is a music career really a music career if nobodies there to hear it?