I don’t normally share video of me playing out ideas, but for some reason this past Sunday I decided to capture a moment and share it with folks.
I was feeling the heaviness of the world… a heaviness that contained the full spectrum of emotions – hope, love, fear, sadness etc. As is often the case, when I’m having strong feelings I play music. It provides a space to reflect and ultimately lighten the load. My hope is this little ditty can bring some respite, even if only for a brief moment, to your day.
I wrote this sketch the day after going to the San Francisco’s women’s march, one of many that took place alongside the Women’s March on Washington January 21, 2017. Thousands upon thousands of people spanning every generation, nationality, gender, sexuality, and class came together to march in solidarity for equality, unity, and love. It was the largest demonstration simultaneously exercised around the globe on a single day in history. The experience inspired a deep sense of hope that I had not felt for a long while. This music is an attempt at capturing that feeling as it lingered.
“You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right” – Rosa Parks