We don’t only need music so we can listen to something on the ride to work. We don’t only need music to pump up a party on a Saturday night. We need music for survival.
This is a blog on the Luke Davis belief in the power of music. Check out the playlist with different genres at the end. What do you think is on it?
The biggest influence on who I – Kaitlyn Sperduto – have grown up to be is music. It has changed my life, and I will forever be grateful for that.
Music is such a huge part in a person’s life, even if they don’t realize it. Here’s how it affects guest blogger Sara Schulmann.
My name is Tré, and I am a student at William Paterson University, I am working to become a songwriter and an executive at a PRO, and music is my life. I have been infatuated with music since I was born. I played drums before I could walk, and had my hands…
The music of Hip-Hop started out as a movement to give power back to the communities that were affected by poverty and the unfair justice system that targeted minorities. Click here to understand it’s rich history and powerful movement.
The Power of Music can be identified as something different for everyone. Click the link to find out what my idea of what the power of music really means and what music has personally done for me!
Music is a way to escape society for many people around the world. We are all expected to think or even look a certain way, when in reality, we shouldn’t have to. Click to read student Melanie Gomez’s feelings about how “where words fail, music speaks.”
WP’s Marsha Sponheimer: “This is my letter to Music as a whole, it’s a letter to music and how music has helped me through life. Dear Music is my reflection of what my life has been like with having music.” Click to read all about it.