In Troubled Times, Band Touts Message of Harmony
Front Page, Sausalito Marinscope
"...a new band that represents the face of the human race... visibly demonstrates that people of different backgrounds
can come together and make harmony... Heartlanguage's constituents vary widely in race, age, and nationality... musical style...
an eclectic mélange of R&B, hip-hop, folk, country, rock and jazz all providing the musical counterpart to the group's message of
diversity and cultural cross-fertilization... a merging of styles that crosses the gamut..."
- Ryan White, Editor
Heartlanguage: A Band Up and Arriving
"...original songs... artfully performed... richly hued lyrics and... dynamic arrangements... exceptional performance from an equally
dynamic and richly hued band... a joy to hear.
The cross-cultural visuals are as amazing to see as the music is to hear... portray a vision of a world without human borders... an
authentic band on purpose... to raise consciousness and support for causes and organizations committed to making a better world... I
would urge any lover of music to put Heartlanguage on their must see list... a complete show!"
- Lloyd Barde, Founder of Backroads Music
A Saturday Night!
"...very impressed by the full, thick sound of the performance, and the obvious love the band brings to the music... a pleasure..."
- Warren Winarski, Command Productions
They Really Catch the Audience
"WHAT'S AMAZING is that with such a large band, every musician is outstanding!"
- Gushing audience member after performance
Thanks from Bread and Roses
"Thanks for including Bread and Roses at your Heartlanguage concert... and for the opportunity to say a few words on
behalf of Bread and Roses... I appreciate the depth of your project... Thank you for promoting harmony in the world and
putting forward an example of positive culture through the musical performance of Heartlanguage."
- Marian Hubler, Bread and Roses Producer/Public Relations
Review of The Unsung Soldier
Steven Bernard Lyrics & Melody
"The beat is relentlessly martial, the song soars off to places most people, most soldiers, do not want to go; that place where
we must face the fact that we fought for someone else's lie. But, then, we are rescued from despair by knowing we were true to
ourselves -- we gave what we had for what we believed at the time. But what a damned shame! And now? We give of ourselves to save
others from also sacrificing on a false altar."
- Woody Powell, Veterans For Peace
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Heartlanguage's Musical Performances Online