My new album “Love Wins Again” just became available today and I couldn’t be more excited!
The album’s title is a mantra to the concept of love as a physical, psychic and spiritual force that has the strength to conquer darkness, sorrow, and personal demons. I hope it means as much to you as it does to me!
If you order “Love Wins Again” now, you will receive a free ticket to a private online concert and live Q & A, which I’ll be holding on May 12th, at 5:30 PM pacific time. Simply place your order via one of the links below and enter your order ID here. Details will be sent to you via email prior to the event.
And if you were one of the many people who pre-ordered the album. Not to worry, you’re already invited and details will be sent soon.
A massive THANK YOU to everyone who has already ordered the album. Your support has made everything possible. Hope to see you on May 12th.
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Tune in 10/26 at 7pm EDT for a live webcast of the Mountain Stage show. Watch it on the Mountain Stage website.
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