BEHIND EVERY GREAT MUSICIAN ARE OTHER GREAT MUSICIANS
When asked how she started singing, Beaulieu says, "I have many memories of me at a young age (I think 3 or 4) singing all the words to Alanis Morrissette's Jagged Little Pill album and Cyndi Lauper's Seven Deadly Cyns. None of that was age appropriate, but I knew it like the back of my hand! My first "performance" was at a campground in New England, and I sang "True Colors" in their talent show at the ripe age of 4-years-old. I even had my own hand movements to go with it. And the rest is history."
Her first Halloween costume was, "A bumblebee, I believe?"
She finds straight lines and symmetrical mandalas to be the most aesthetically pleasing patterns.
A song she always goes back to is "Details in the Fabric" but Jason Mraz and James Morrison because no matter the years, the lyrics still ground her.
She always thought she was a Gryffindor, but found out recently that she is actually a Hufflepuff, which a friend of hers knew right away because of Beaulieu's inclusivity.
Her ideal three-course meal would be: 1) a caesar salad, 2) tortellini in a pink vodka sauce, and 3) French macarons for dessert. Beaulieu would also like to acknowledge that while it may seem from this meal that she should've been born Italian, she believes the macarons "make up for it".
Miller is from Richmond, VA, and began playing the drums
around age 4 or 5:
"I told my parents that I wanted a drum kit and they said if I played piano for a year and still wanted drums, then they'd get me one. I started piano right away and they kept their word! They walked me down the street to my neighbor who was a musician and he sold me my first kit and gave me some great intro lessons. It all took off from there!"
When asked what Mario Kart character she would be, she said, "Yoshi. Always. 'Cause he's a sassy green reptile, duh."
It is important to note that Miller is also a Slytherin.
Her favorite book is The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas and her favorite thing about San Diego is discovering it.
"I'm loving finding all of its hidden treasures and learning all the amazing things about my new city!"
If given the chance to go back in time to any event in history, Miller would choose Anne Boleyn's execution. She says, "This is the first thing that came to mind, so don't judge me... I was a history major and she was one of the people I found most fascinating."
Last, but certainly not least, Miller says if she ordered a steak, she would enjoy a dark beer, such as a stout, or a glass of smooth scotch (neat) with it.