I said to myself, “I want to make an album.” We went on tour and did about 70 dates throughout North America.
And I’m a realist; I know people came out because they knew me from “24,” “Lost Boys,” or whatever, but I was just grateful they came out at all.
Their intentions from the beginning were to help other artists make music, and in the process guide them to a place where they would sign with a major label.
This past May, Sutherland experienced another monumental moment in his illustrious career when he made his debut at Nashville’s famed Grand Ole Opry.
BELLA sat down with the actor/musician to learn more about his foray into country music and how he feels about his latest journey.