By MICHAEL BRODEUR  |  April 13, 2010

Turns out, so can good music — given the right environment. Lately, Dienel has been spending a good 40 hours a week on writing when she’s not touring, and she’s doing precisely what she once imagined herself doing — that is, everything. But she didn’t have to cross the country to find herself. All this hard work is in her nature.

“The big idea is that, eventually, you do well enough that you can finally stop working — but why would you want to stop working? You don’t want to work? You picked the wrong game.”

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