What Comes Goes Around
I am a kind of wandering troubadour. I fell in love with music at a very young age and gave so much time to practicing the guitar that when I got older I had no profession aside from music and no way of making a lot of money. When I was younger, I practiced the guitar 14 hours a day. At age 57, I still practice 4 hours a day. For me music is like the air I breath. If I didn't play and sing, I would suffocate. Lately, I have fallen on some hard times. I became homeless and am still homeless. But through the help of friends and people who love my music, I have made and produced my first CD: 'What Comes Goes Around.' I do sing at clubs and restaurants. But most of the time I do odd jobs to make a living. I say I am a wandering troubadour because I have no permanent home. I move around from place to place, wherever the spirit leads me. I guess you could say I am a free spirit. But freedom comes at a price, the price of poverty and long endured suffering. Strange to say, though, this has not impoverished my music. Instead, it has enriched it with sensitivity to the needs and sufferings of others. If you asked me what my highest aspiration is in life, I would say it is to see and enjoy universal peace in the world.