Remember the Child
With Wagner's studio walls lined with gold and platinum awards, he approached the eighties by writing music inspired by the observant eye of a world traveled artist. His music became more personal and spiritual. From this came the remarkable song 'Remember The Child' that painfully illustrates the ills of child abuse. Originally commissioned for the San Antonio Commission on child Abuse, author/lecturer JOHN BRADSHAW discovered the song and chose it as his theme for the Emmy nominated PBS special 'Homecoming.' It has since become the anthem for tens of thousands who have been scarred by child abuse, and is a catalytic tool used by many therapists in dealing with their patients.