Serenade to go latin -- call for lyricist/singer: Got an epiphany the other day listening on the radio to Alejandro Sanz's superhit "Corazon Partio": my "Serenade" op.55 (on Masters of Silence) has the same format and hit potential. So this project is to replace the current English lyrics and overall too "Western" arrangement with a more "Latin" style. Probably Castillan (aka Spanish) lyrics, but Galician, Portuguese, Italian would also work. So far I got this hint for Castillan: where the English version say "girl", "say" (spanning three notes), the Castillan version could say "llamame", "bejame", and the rest of the lyrics would develop a c...
A Thanks to my fans!: First off, I'd like to thank you guys so much! You really don't know how much it means to me. From bottom of my heart... THANK YOU! and
second, I need a favor...Get the word out! I prefer word of mouth advertisement the most, because it's personal and sincere, normally. I'm in Los Angeles, where I'm currently living but I'm more than likely gonna make my way out northeast! I'm setting up some shows in Boston, Mass and Manchester, New Hampshire... so if your in the area come show me some love!
I'll have more updates coming soon with dates, times and places but until then thanks so much...
Letting Go: This poem is about a Mother who is finally letting go of her grown child who has gone down the wrong path. Her nights are long and filled with worry. She is up till dawn. She bargains with God her final plea. Most parents have had one (or many) of these nights. It’s so hard to let go….
She lays in bed and Prays to God
To keep him safe from harm
Her heart it aches intense with fear
It causes her alarm.
The night winds call and shake her dreams.
And rustle up some tears.
She wants to take him in her arms
And guide him through the years.
It’s time he builds his life...