“I am excited to be a part of “A Musical Journey: Together in Peace” project collaborating with hundreds of musicians worldwide.
In a divided nation and a world of unrest, music can be a unifying force feeding our souls and nourishing our spirits. We need to celebrate our diversity with individual expression and welcome the cultural strengths amongst us.”
Greetings from Rosario, Argentina!
Beautiful … we need it now more than ever before.
This is so great! Mr. White if you happen to read this prior to Friday the 27th at about 7pm then my high school band is marching to Roundabout at our half time show tomorrow. It would mean the world to me and at least one other band member if you could make it, as it is only in Bothell Washington at Pop Keeney. I have been a huge fan of yours for a long time and would love to meet you again, as i met you once at a prior concert, and it was one of the coolest things to ever happen to me. If you do make it i will make sure that you get in for free, if you can get the attention of the band.
Thanks, I hope you can make it!
Thanks for your invitation Aiden, I wish this were possible but I’m rehearsing this evening at UW with the Husky band for the halftime show tomorrow. I would have enjoyed coming to the game.
If anyone happens to video the song, please send me a link.
Thanks for getting in touch.
All the best,
Greeting Alan Denise Gammache from pennsyllvavia. My mother was raise in port Angelus Washington until she met my father from Lancaster, pa. He was in the navy coast guard. He flew planes. They married then moved to the east coast. Have you been to port Angelus?
Hi Alan long time no speak! I am really interested in this project because what I don’t think you know is that I am the Grandson of the Designer of The Peace Symbol who also helped to found the Ban The Bomb movement that started with The Aldermaston Marches in 1958.I would be very interested in getting involved indeed I have released a classical track called The Love Inside and for Christmas 2018 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the end of The First World War I want to release a pop version of it. I believe it could become a really big hit. I’d love you as the drummer on Imagine to play the drums on it!! Here’s a link to the classical version.
And here’s an alternate harp version which has the melody for the pop version!
It would be good to catch up!
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