"The Breaking Point" – New Music in response to Charlottesville
It’s September 26th, 2016, ten days after the release of Oliver Stone’s “Snowden.” Predictably, many US citizens have turned their attention back to a media diet of fear, anger, hatred, gun violence, police shootings and a polarized US election. Songsmith Larry Pegg tackles these serious issues in an uplifting new song that makes the surprising connection between the abuse of power, surveillance, losing hope, encouraging vigilance, to try and help us all find a way through to a better world. Get more details
October 10th every year is World Mental Health Day (#WMHD). Below is my interview with Lake 88. Think of #WMHD as a RESET, the first day of a new year of living consciously and compassionately towards a healthier world for yourself and all.
Supporting the Alberta Wildfire relief efforts & creating awareness for #MentalHealth, #PTSD & #SuicidePrevention
Click 'Your price' in the player to download and Larry will devote 100% of download proceeds (set your own price, $2.00 minimum CAD) to the wildfire relief cause and mental health and suicide prevention going forward. Red Cross is doing incredible work in supporting those that are in need.
Highway 63 features Ottawa-based Jeff Rogers (keyboards/vocals), Ross Murray (drums/vocals), Stuart Watkins (bass), Fred Guignion (guitars and lap steel), Larry Pegg (guitars and vocals) and Edmund Eagan (supporting Ross Murray in production and arrangement). Jeff sings the lead, and he kicks it out of the park with his great voice and delivery. Mastered by the iconic Emily Lazar at The Lodge in New York City.
December 28, 2016 - Here is the just finished video featuring Michel Chamberland's "dash cam videos" and CBC TV coverage, including the famous CBC interview with Captain Adam Bugden.
We all know music can be a universal way to connect. I’m hoping that this music project can be a reminder that we are all affected by Mental Health and that we can each make a difference and that music can remind us of that.
There’s a new video produced by The Carleton University School of Journalism that I made public for December 9th, 2014, the 7th anniversary of losing my daughter. It captures the key elements of my ongoing and growing Suicide Prevention projects very well:
Can music save lives? Yes it can!
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