Thank you so much to those who came out to WitZend!
March 7th at the International House in Berkeley- past speakers at the I house: Laura Nader and Henry Brady!
Martin Luther King Jr. Auditorium concert footage:
Legendary LA Roxy Theater gig on May 29th- 8:30pm
March 10, 2012
Latest POP interview also available on Yahoo!
January 4, 2012
Radio interview on WRR 101.1
EP available now on itunes!
The underlying theme is personal power and empowerment. If we are empowered and feel like an individual that can make a difference, we can begin to critically look at our Environmental, Societal and Economic problems and determine some solutions that will make the world a better place. Empowered people make decisions for themselves rather than letting the environment around them control the way they think. For example, just because everyone else drives in Los Angeles, doesn't mean we should accept the fact and stop thinking about public transportation improvements. Or, instead of relying on the city to clean our streets, people sweep their own driveway or even start a neighborhood campaign to get everyone to take care of their share of the community.
Basically, everyone has a personal responsibility with what is happening in the world if we think in terms of community. When we begin to see the world in these terms we also can seamlessly connect musical genres like classical music and forms of popular music because we loose sight of the academic term, genre.