I’m happy to announce that my latest interview for the Hay House Radio show SoundWave, with Luc Reynaud of Luc and the Lovingtons, has been extended through the month of November!

SoundWave is a monthly streaming internet radio show that spotlights distinctive musicians discussing the muse behind their music. Some of the artists featured on the show so far are Alex Woodard of For The Sender, Janis Ian, Alanis Morissette, Melissa Etheridge, and San Diego’s own Michael Tiernan and Paul Cannon.

This month’s featured artist is Luc Reynaud, who discusses his amazing journey to New Orleans during hurricane Katrina. From his desire to help others during time of crisis (he volunteered for The Red Cross after seeing TV reports of the hurricane), Luc was assigned to work at a local shelter. At first hesitant to bring his guitar but then grateful he did, Luc used his music to help bring joy and relief to the shelter. A chance encounter with a young girl who would sing a nightly lullaby to shelter guests lead Luc to pen “Freedom Song.” Five years later, he received an email from Jason Mraz asking him if he could cover the song for his new album.

Through the power of music and people of all ages coming together, Luc and his band The Lovingtons’ lives were irrevocably transformed. Jason Mraz released “Freedom Song” on his latest CD Love Is A Four Letter Word and also took Luc and his band on tour with him. Hear the whole story throughout the month of November on SoundWave.

For the interview’s dates and times, click here.

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