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Nonviolenze

Nonviolenze - multitalented singer, songwriter, musician, and painter whose musical repertoire includes rock, progressive rock, jazz-fusion and jazz, began writing poetry and composing music in his youth. He hails from the east where he nurtured and explored multiple dimensions of the creative force emanating from him in the realm of song writing, music compositions and paintings. His early performances as lead vocalist with the popular band “Down Sterling” won him substantial loyalty from his audience. From here he expanded his musical horizons to take on the rock opera stage with the original musical super hit “Time is Yours”. His musical journey continued with promoting of nonviolence and world peace and creating drug awareness with the live concerts “A Musical Rally for Peace in Space”, “Summit Agenda”, and “No Sugar Tonight”. Nonviolenze's extraordinary three octave vocal range and his innate ability to meld rock, jazz, and fusion is his trademark that renders him as a unique musician and vocalist. His lyrics express a deep poetical philosophy of the world and of his own life experiences. He is well know for his complex chord structures on the guitar that is singular to his style of playing. Legendary artists such as Joni Mitchell, John McLaughlin, and Al Jarreau, and the enduring music of Pink Floyd along with the exposure to eastern classical music have been his inspiring influences


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Album STOP TALKING by Nonviolenze

STOP TALKING

Ahimsa Creations
2015

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