We are the voices. In times where politics are concerned downward we have to focus on what’s really important to heal this planet. More than ever we have to care about what we say, when and how we say it, and why we say it.
Dreams and visions are the cosmic fuel of all creation. Dreams are information from our subconsciousness and if we don’t take this piece of information seriously we loose flying hight. We must be the voices to correct discourse.
And when words fail, music speaks volumes. We must become the narrative and deflect the noise that is becoming utterly destructive world-wide. The famous ‘freedom of speech’ mantra is taken as hostage every time it meets ‘duty of speech’, because it depends on what is said and in favour of whom.
Charron says: “The greatest philosopher, the most erudite theologian doesn’t know divinity more than the simplest workman – where there’s no road or access, there’s no short and no long.
I write music in different genres, from grandiose symphonic rock over emotional rock ballads to straight pop music