The Social Experience......Helping the Unsigned Artist Get Heard!!!
"Every Songwriter has a canvas on which they can fingerpaint melodic images, lightly brushing or stroking out crisp slashes of breathtaking beauty. Their palette is made of fine woods, highly polished with a sound hole replacing a thumb hole. Their art is woven tightly from six to twelve strings under a knitted brow, until it hangs in mid-air like an exquisite painting, exposing the finest pigments of their imagination. There are plenty of frets in this creative process and many details are pressed much like raw clay under skilled fingers into solid notes. It is not an easy process to create such a masterpiece because it takes much practice to color the world with a song."
"Writing a song is akin to a walk in the desert, amidst endless thirsty souls. You must pull all that you can from the well of your inspirations and quench the public at large's needs. You may be often hungry and thirsty in your pursuit of this goal across acres of nothing but there is an oasis awaiting you when you finally master what's hot, and serve all who bid you to...Some liquid soul. "
"One never knows even as they begin the process of writing a song whether that tightly strung bridge to success, full of frets as you cross it length, will carry you to prosperity or crumble beneath the weight of your inspirations. Yet still we dare the fall. "
"Each individual note that we create in a song are like a post it notes with a tiny little message to each listener. One wrong note can break the relationship and the continuity for the listener if they are musically inclined. Each note must stand out as a reminder of what the song is trying to portray, until they all become Siameseconnected together as one into a lovely melody. It is a noteworthy task that we strive to fulfill with every song we write. One vertical slash and one horizontal black bubble can often say so much more than mere words."-MFB III-(c)-2018
" God often tosses us pebbles of wisdom and creativity across the brain waves of our minds, skipping some and sinking into others depths of thought, and what we make of these heavenly gifts will send out vast ripples of inspiration and joy to the masses of humanity all thirsty for some divine blessings."