Tell us when music became such an integral part of your life
and what it means to you?
Music has been a integral part of who I am since day one. It flows through
my body like the blood in my veins and emanates from everything I do. I
firmly believe that music is a way in which we can all connect with ourselves, each other, and the world around us, by communicating, as well as
documenting and expressing emotion in a way that words can’t.
Why do you feel you would be the best person to write
and sing this year’s WorldWide Dance for Kindness
The world has seen so much darkness and confusion, but there is a small
group of people out there (growing every day!) that know what it means
to spread the light. With my selfless music which I use to inspire others,
together we can make the change the world so desperately needs, by stretching out our hands to those that need and picking society up to a
place of kindness and care for one another.
How do you think music can be used to make the world a
Music is a universal language. It can be used to break through any barrier
that separates one person from another. If the music we sing and dance to
is a fire lit by kindness and compassion, then that is the message we will
be spreading around the world.
What is your vision for this year’s DFK anthem?
“More Light” is a song about how every single person has unique talents
and abilities that can be used to make the world a better place. We all
have the ability to do acts of kindness, and each one makes a real impact
on the world. Whether you sing to put a smile on someone’s face, help an
elderly woman cross the street, provide love and care for children or
adults with special needs, visit hospital patients, run charity marathons,
or buy a homeless man ice cream, you are using your unique skills to bring
“More Light” into the world.