Hi, readers! I am beyond pleased to announce a very special post today on ILRB. Here is some great romantic themed music by Christopher Ferguson.
Please help me in welcoming our first musical post to this romance blog! With Love, an album featuring some romantic songs, is available on ReverbNation.
First of all, I’d like to point out that Christopher reached out to me after a reader of the I Love Romance Blog referred him to us.
That’s awesome! Congrats on your album! 😉
Let’s take a look at this romance themed album, With Love, today.
This is the info on With Love:
This music is for self reflection.
It has been written, recorded and produced to help those that are looking to make the world a better place. In countless places like Ferguson, Missouri or Charlottesville, Virginia, the depth of misunderstanding that brings hate and violence needs to have another voice. One that will offer hope, truth and compassion. It is time we embrace what should have always been, a thoughtful, caring and honest belief within ourselves, that we have the power to make the world a better place.
This music is a path toward that hope. We all carry our daily burdens,…but, we all carry a universal power to influence and empower each other to grace, friendship and acceptance.
Love is all that matters and we all learn that eventually. Let your mind, body and soul enjoy the promise of With Love and tell your friends, family and loved ones that you care.
Check out one of the songs, “Tell You Hello”, here!
Sounds great! This song features Keith Taylor (Dean of Music, University of Alabama), Ami Kim (vocalist from Memphis) and Christopher Ferguson on upright bass.
Also, listen to “My Heart”, here!
Wow! Thank you for telling us about your album! It looks wonderful! 🙂
Readers, don’t forget to check this album out at ReverbNation. You’re sure to be moved by these songs!
My name is Christopher Ferguson. I am primarily a musician/composer (….a bass guy) and have also been writing for NPR for the last couple of years, as well (mainly just short stories that I narrate and that get broadcast on our local NPR station here in Alabama).
I call my brand of music “With Love”. The music is piano, bass and vocal. It is intentionally not loud or aggressive. I am writing gentle songs, that are soft and require the attention of a listener, with the intent of giving them something to use to reflect upon their own thoughts and feelings of love.
Thanks again, Christopher! We hope to see you back on ILRB sometime, perhaps with your next musical release.
Happy listening, everyone!🙂