Looking forward to a Happy New Year, but how to make that a reality without facing head on the most urgent problems threatening our future?
Whatever your path to my website -
Over the river and through the wood… from Mozart, Bob Dylan or Johnny B. Goode…
In the spirit of Mother Teresa and James Taylor, a warm welcome.
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.”
“I believe musicians have a duty, a responsibility to reach out, to share your love or pain with others.”
Good news to share about the new album in a moment. But first, a question:
What's not to love about L O V E ? ?
You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one grateful to The Beatles imagining what could be the answer…
As John Lennon explained his epiphany in making Rubber Soul (George Harrison’s favorite Beatles album):
“It sort of dawned on me that love was the answer. My first expression of it was a song called, 'The Word'... It seems like the underlying theme to the universe.”
Talk about a realization ripe for reverberating in our time.
It may not be necessarily THE lead story on the evening news, but as I've come to realize:
There's no time like the present (as in, right now, this very minute) for seeking a more loving path… climbing the mountain of hope over fear — and gratefully sending out a new album into the world, WHAT COULD BE…