London based singer-songwriter, Robbie Boyd, is getting attention around the world with his recent album, Break the Chain. Robbie covers all genres of music and has a unique style that appeals to all generations. However, it is possibly the lyrics of the songs that are the magnetic pull. Here is a contemporary musician singing about what matters in the big picture. His songs no longer cater to the emotional love mess we can find ourself in and he isn't singing about being down and out. The lyrics encourage us to live the truth of who we are. Who doesn't want to hear more of that!
You can find out more about Robbie and keep an eye (or I should say ear) on his upcoming album by going directly at his website Robbie Boyd
For extra delight, you can watch the very clever videos that accompany the songs on his YouTube channel. I particularly like 'Who's Standing in Your Way'.
And I really love 'Goodbye' with Heavens Joy. And.....well, go check it out for yourself.
You’ll enjoy this interview with Michael Brown. It is so refreshing to speak to a 21 year old who is putting himself out to the world because, in his words, “My life is too good not to share.”
Michael is studying a Bachelor in Mathematics and Statistics as well as working at a large supermarket in London, serving as a team leader, applying for managerial duties. He also shares how he woke up one day and thought he could play the piano so he went out and bought a keyboard and a couple of months later he was playing at a friend’s wedding in front of 150 people. Brave, eh! And you’ll love his idea about Philosophy on Whiteboard. Enjoy!
Oh, BTW, Michael is the son of Dragana Brown (who will be the guest in the next Fiery Service interview.)
You can listen to an interview with Michael's mother, Dragana Brown here.
This interview on Bay FM Community Radio with Chris James took place a couple of days after Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011 - which is the reference at the beginning of the recording. He begins by talking about emotion-free music, played from your inner-heart which gives the listener an indication that Chris is not your run of the mill musician. When he woke up to energetic responsibility it caused many things to change in how he plays, sings and teaches music - including why he took his entire library of 12 CDs off the market! The interview with Gayle Cue covers a lot of ground, literally from world tours to teaching children in schools. You can find out what Chris is currently up to at Chris James.
Chris James is interviewed in 2008 by Gayle Cue on Bay FM Community Radio. Chris teaches Internationally on the healing power of sound and song through our own voices. In this interview he talks about his discovery of learning to 'feel' the music which sounds unusual for some one who has been travelling the world for decades teaching music but what he is talking about is feeling the energy of the music. It's about tuning up our sense of self love.
Chris James is interviewed by Gayle Cue on Bay FM. This interview takes pace in 2007, by which time Chris had been attending the presentations of Serge Benhayon for a few years and as a result was initiating many changes in his life and his music. He talks about 'feeling what is behind the music' for yourself. You can find out more about Chris James and his world-wide work here.
Gayle is innately curious about people; how they see the world, how they position themselves in the world and why they do what they do. She loves interviewing people for these same reasons.
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