January 31, 2022

Meet my International Blog Guests 2022!

My 2022 blog series "The Miracle of Music" is all about bringing people from around the world together. Meet my international and talented blog guests from all continents. Just click on the image and get inspired! 

January 28, 2022

Q & A with Australian duo Coppola and Painter!

My next guest in 2022 for my blog series THE MIRACLE OF MUSIC is a duo from Sydney. Inspired by legends such as The Beatles and Elvis Presley these two friends have started their musical journey at a very young age. 

Giovanni and Rod, welcome to my blog series. Please introduce yourself to my international blog visitors!

We are Giovanni and Rod, and we're from Sydney Australia. Our new album is called 'Palladium' by Coppola and Painter. We've been friends for 35 years, playing in a few bands in the 80's and 90's, playing around Australia during this time. We didn't play live together for quite a few years, and then coming together in recent years to write music, realising the magic was still present and deciding to work toward the completion of our album 'Palladium' to which we're really proud of.

We pretty much wrote and recorded all our songs in Giovanni's music room, and have two songs on the album co-written with two great friends and amazing musicians 'Andrew Bukowski' and 'Greg Bullen' and invited a few guest muso's to play on our tunes, being Andrew (Guitar) on a few tracks, Peter Coppola (Guitar) Raelene Coppola (Backing Vocals) Stewart Gillies (Drums) and Amanda Jenkins (Bass), and had the album mastered in Indonesia. Thanks so much, everyone for your love, kindness, and support on the completed record.

(Giovanni) My hobbies are Movies, running, riding, walking, and finding places to hide. I have a man cave and love writing in there.

(Rod) Also movies, gym, karate, and writing children's stories and mindfulness/spiritual quotes. In the early 90's we also performed one of Giovanni's original song 'I'll Always Be There' on the Australian TV show known as StarSearch, in our band at the time called 'Az One'. We didn’t win but we had a great time, coming up against the eventual Grand final winners. 

That clip is available to view on our FB page 'Palladium' by Coppola & Painter. It’s a good laugh to look back and we had hair back then lol. Click here to watch!

Wonderful. Tell me at what age did you two discover your love and passion for music?

(Giovanni) I do have a vivid memory of holding the hand of my grandmother. I must have been 4-5. She asked me what I wanted for Christmas and I pointed to a piano in the store window. That’s when it started.

(Rod) music was my escape as a child, and I recall also around five, listening the Beatle's record 'Oldies But Goldies' Yellow Submarine was my favourite back then. I thought I was the 5th Beatle, and still love the Beatles to this day.

Awwww, how lovely. The sooner we find our passion in life, the better we become at it. In my opinion, everyone should be able to play at least one instrument. Isn’t it remarkable how we are influenced and inspired as kids by talented and legendary artists such as The Beatles. So when did you start to sing and play an instrument?

(Giovanni) Officially piano lessons started at 5. At the age of 10-11 I was the official kiss cover act. Visiting all the classrooms and doing my kiss act with a few others. During the first week of high school, I got up in front of the whole school at its yearly talented quest and did an Elvis rendition of Hound dog. I was stuck with the nick name “Elvis” for the rest of my schooling years.

(Rod) Pretty much only sang Beatles songs from a very young age, maybe even 5 when I first started listening lol, and purchased so many Beatle albums when I had the money and posters everywhere. I didn’t venture past the Beatles until I was around 14 or 15 and then fell in love with U2, and then joined my first band at 15. I did receive some vocal tuition from around 17 for a few years.

Elvis Presley and the Beatles. Wow! Such iconic artists and songs are living on from generation to generation. Guys, do you think you have your love for music in your DNA? Are your parents or siblings into music as well?

(Giovanni) Music has always been a part of our family. Two of my three siblings have been musicians for most of their lives.

(Rod) I'm not aware of any of my extended family being formally trained, however, my parents and siblings are great singers, and my two sons play piano and guitar and are also great singers, but they rarely sing in front of me, which I wish they would.

Excellent, so the talent lives on. Do you believe that music has the power to heal? Do you believe in the miracle of music?

(Giovanni) From my point of view, music is the language of Angels. It definitely heals. There are plenty of studies out there which confirm this. As for miracles, well perhaps something very close to miracles. Music can start a revolution. It evokes emotion and can bind the hearts and minds of the masses. It is powerful!

(Rod) Beautifully said Giovanni, Ditto.

The language of Angels! Very well said. Love your point of view! Really inspiring Giovanni. I always say Music brings people from all generations, countries, cultures, and religions together. I guess you agree? Do you have an explanation why?

(Rod) Music speaks in a language beyond words alone, it feels and resonates in the heart and soul of the listener, Recalling memories from a time once was, and reliving emotions that were present in times that have passed. Its significance to conjure awareness of where it was gifted within the world and the era from which it came is like no other.

Guys, tell me what do you like to achieve with your music? What is your goal?

(Giovanni) If I write song and it inspires just one person then I feel like I have met my objective. I see it has doing two things really. 1. Help me get in touch with my soul and 2. Bring joy to others.

(Rod) Happiness and Joy, and the evoking of deep emotion and deep reflection.

When you write your own song lyrics, what’s your main message to the world?

(Giovanni) In my lyrics …my main message to the world? Mmm. Love. Peace. Forgiveness. I guess that’s it.

(Rod) Yep ditto Giovanni, me too!

There are so many talented artists and new releases out there. Why should people buy and listen to your music?

(Giovanni) Why should people listen to our music? Give the album a listen once through. I’ll let the songs speak for themselves.

(Rod) I think as Giovanni mentioned that they are nicely written, feeling and thought provoking, divinely gifted tunes. As Molly Meldrum would say. "Do yourself a favour and go and get yourself a copy" well stream in this case from all major streaming outlets lol

Where can my blog visitors connect with you and listen to your music?

Coppola and Painter have a FB page 'Palladium' and a Youtube page also if anyone is interested in following us and seeing/hearing our new tunes as we write them. We're hoping to catch up this year to write some more new songs, and who knows perhaps a new album depending on how the world works and songs are gifted.

Thank you so much Lily for taking the time to interview us, and thanks to your readers for also learning a little about us. We hope you love the album.

No, thank you for being my first Australian guest in my new blog series about music. It is always exciting to talk to people from another continent. That’s the beauty and miracle of music, it brings us together!

I wish you both the best of luck with your lovely album. Keep inspiring and empowering people with your passion. 

Rod, I know that you are also a writer and I'm happy to announce that next month, we will be talking about your three books! 

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January 27, 2022

Q & A with Nigerian singer and writer Nmesomachi!

The Miracle of Music is all about bringing people from around the world together. I’m more than happy to present you my first female guest in my blog series this year. 

Nmesomachi is a talented sci-fi/fantasy writer and singer/songwriter from Nigeria and about to release her first song “Lies” on February 24, 2022.

Lovely Nmesomachi, welcome to my blog series “The Miracle of Music”.  Please describe yourself to my blog visitors!

My name is Nmesomachi. I am currently 24 years old, so I’m basically amongst the eldest of Gen Z. I’m a news/entertainment journalist, a sci-fi author and I do freelance writing as well.

Whenever I’m not reading or writing, or singing, or even strumming tunelessly on a guitar, I would be advocating for the preservation of the natural environment and trying to convince anyone who would listen, or at least pretend to, why we need to clean up our act and work towards a sustainable future. It’s actually a subject that I’m very passionate about.

Unfortunately, while I have a great love for nature, I’d say it comes second to my songwriting. Writing stories, poems and songs is the way I breathe. They’ve been with me since the very beginning and I can’t imagine not having them rule and define my life anymore.

That’s lovely, tell me at what age did you discover your love and passion for music?

Oh my God, I think I’m going to go Jane Austen on you guys and say that I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, which laid the foundation. It was a very long time ago. I was in the middle before I knew I HAD begun. But more seriously, my love for music began at an early age. Music lets my imagination run wild and imagination is something I had in overflowing amounts when I was younger.  

I’m sorry to say that it gets worse as I get older. Now, it is safe to say that it’s approaching what anybody else would call dangerous levels, but it’s actually normal for me.

I wrote my first song – which I can faintly remember, mind you, at the age of 9/10. Music is the way I feel the world, much as books provide the perfect means by which I escape this world.

Excellent and when did you start to sing and play an instrument?

While I started singing at a young age, I’ve only just gotten into really training myself to be a pro singer. I’m getting there, but obviously, I wish I started taking serious vocal training at a much younger age. Currently, I’m also learning to play the guitar and piano.

In my opinion, everyone should play at least one instrument. Do you think you have your love for music in your DNA? Are your parents or siblings into music as well?

Yes, 100%. My mom sings all the time, like, if she is awake for 14 hours, she’ll be singing for 5. I’m not even trying to joke or exaggerate. I really do wish she took up music professionally because she would have blessed and uplifted people with her wonderful gift. Hearing my mom sing automatically means it’s going to be a great day and nothing can spoil it for me.  

Love it, being positive, optimistic, and joyful is the key to a happy life and every single day is precious. Do you believe that music has the power to heal? Do you believe in the miracle of music?

More than I believe that the Earth is round and there is a sun. Music is powerful, and I know that it has healed me and even directed my life several million times. I remember when I’d always sing a couple of lines from Hilary Duff’s Someone’s Watching Over Me  that goes “So I won’t give up, no I won’t break down / Sooner than it seems life turns around / And I will be strong even if it all goes wrong.”  Disney Tinkerbell’s How to Believe is another one that immediately comes to mind.

But really, hundreds of songs have spoken to me. They’ve healed me, they’ve cried and laughed alongside me and made me dance, and they understand me, perhaps in a more personal way than anybody ever has. And that’s why I want to be a part of it.

Songs also record our moments. I can just hear a Celine Dion song blasting from some speakers and be 6 again. They’re a perfect storage device, or like a window that lets you walk where you’ve walked before.

That’s wonderful. I love the way you think and feel. Music brings people from all generations, countries, cultures, and religions together. Do you have an explanation why?

Well yes, we’ve got hundreds of countries, more languages, and races than I can count out, different beliefs, and though we may have our idea of color, to me, no two colors are the same. But, you know, there is one thing we all have in common. We all feel things, even if it is in different amounts, and music makes us feel things. It’s a part of us that’s strangely stronger than our differences.

I always say that a songwriter is cursed to feel the world much like an artist sees the world. If I can listen to a song about endurance that makes me buckle up and face life, no matter how scary it may look sometimes, then a couple of words with a rhythm have directed my steps. It’s more than just magical.     

What do you like to achieve with your music? What is your goal?

I learned from a young age that there are some people I should be cooler than. In school, I see people pick sides: the coolest ones, cool ones, the hot girls, strong boys, geniuses, sporty ones, and sadly, the rejects, and even the weird outcasts. Fortunately for me, due to being one of the smart ones beloved by the teachers, I didn’t suffer segregation from my fellow students. There was one time I was among the outsiders however, but that’s only because I arrived at a new school section two weeks before the end of it. Long story.

My point is, I never saw groups of people, all I saw was people and I interacted with everyone. Though, looking back, I wish I’d done more for some of my classmates at the time. For me, music is my way of interacting with everyone. I don’t have dreams of global domination, but if someone from India, or Ghana, or Brazil listens to my song and loves it, then I’ll have a reason to hold my head up high.

I see. When you write your own song lyrics, what’s your main message to the world?

First of all, writing songs for me is like taking what I feel at that time and burying it in some words that I managed to bring together. Before I can write about something, I have to really feel it, perhaps even in devastating amounts. Songs help me rid myself of the pain. I can't quite explain why, but if I feel really bad about something and I manage to feel it enough that it kind of bleeds itself out in a song, I'm usually a lot better afterwards.

So if my songs can help release some of the negative emotions that someone feels, or makes someone happy, or dance, or as much as smiles, then I've got to get them out there.

I mostly write songs from a personal perspective, so I'm what you may call a selfish songwriter, but there are times when I feel the pain of others so much that it's like I'm possessed of it, then of course to be able to take off that pain, despite it not originally being mine, I have to pour it out in a song. That way, the pain can leave me and go on to live eternally in the song. 

To answer your question, I can't quite put my finger on what my main message is, but if I really have to choose, I'd say "giving love and being happy". I write both positive and negative songs, and by negative I mean sad, frustration, anger, as opposed to hopeful, enthusiastic, and cheerful. But, you know, negative songs can feed on negative emotions, despite it being also negative. A good sad song can make you feel better.

I agree. So tell me why should people buy and listen to your music? You are about to release your debut song LIES in February. 

(Update: The release was postponed! Stay tuned...) 

I don't think that I can answer that as needed because songs speak in different ways to different people. We all have different experiences and struggle with different things. But really, I like to think that my songs have a depth of emotions in them. They may make you cry, they may make you laugh, but they'll leave you feeling more for yourself.

What are you up to now?

Nothing (laughs), okay, something. I'm actually planning to release my debut single this February 24. The 24th of February is a special day for me because it's my mom's birthday, so we can celebrate her birthday and the song's official release with some ice cream and loud crazy music. The song is called Lies. And while it's a sad, kind of dark, song for me to begin my music career with, I just have my mind set on having it headline my career in a way. 

Lies is essentially about finding out about that one lie that makes you feel as if your life is a joke. And while the lie hurts, you just love it enough that you wish it is better you never found out the truth.

I hope I don't push it back yet again, I've actually done so for two years now. Yes, I'm not joking, I like being safe, and doing something new does not fall under my "safe category”. I will release it this time I promise, so make sure to check it out on Spotify, Apple Music, in fact, whichever online store you get your music from. 

I would love the support, and if you want to be personally notified about the release, you can follow me on my social media pages. If you've stayed with me thus far, thank you.


I honestly can't wait to hear your music, I think you are truly an intelligent and inspiring young woman. And I feel blessed getting to know you through music. I wish you all the success in the world and look forward to seeing and hearing your journey in writing and music. Keep up the great work! 

If you like to know more about this wonderful young lady, follow her on Facebook and Twitter. 

As I mentioned at the beginning of my post, Nmesoma Okechukwu is also a sci-fi/fantasy writer. She has written short crime thrillers and co-written and published a few research papers on space travel. Due to her love and concern for the environment, she has written and published articles that aim to raise awareness of the proper management of the natural environment. “Cybernetics Within Us” is her debut book.

January 20, 2022

Q & A with Danish singer-songwriter William Wassinger!

I’m very excited to welcome my next talented and inspiring blog guest for my blog series THE MIRACLE OF MUSIC. This is not a typical Q&A though! Why? Because 22-year-old William Wassinger is no ordinary singer-songwriter. His debut album IN THE MIDDLE OF IT ALL is his life biography and every single song inspired by true stories answers all my questions about his passion for music and his belief in the miracle of music. 

Born and raised in the neighborhood of Nørrebro, Copenhagen, William has had a rather tough childhood. Growing up alongside criminals and alcoholics, bad role models were familiar faces and learning to handle things on your own, a custom.

William’s childhood surroundings had a big impact on his later life, and taught him valuable lessons. Most importantly, how to hold on to something true, to believe in your dreams, and daring to wear your heart on your sleeve at all times. This was especially useful, when he struggled to stay in school, and music and songwriting turned into a reliable friend and grew into something deeply meaningful to William.

Danish singer-songwriter William Wassinger, began his career one late summer evening in 2019, when he coincidentally met the former drummer in his previous band Albert Langeskov, who by then, had built his own home studio.

William played him the songs he had written and the two of them began the studio recordings of what was originally supposed to be an EP. During the extended period of recording, countless new songs were written, and eight of them replaced the original ones, so at this point only “To Save A Princess” and “Am I Holding YouBack” remained on his debut album In The Middle Of It All”.

All the songs written by William during this time, were born from the experience of his turbulent childhood and broken relationships. The universe of “In The Middle Of It All” took shape in the heart of a young man, who wanted to change his life and managed to do so through the honesty of his songwriting. It was the writing and composing journey that led him to face the truth, embrace all the hardship, and create an authentic life.

Finally, in the 10th, and last, song of the album, which carries the same name as the album, William rounds off the entire story, all based on true events and emotions, in a six minutes long ballad - a chronological tale of all the love and pain he felt throughout his life, culminating in the present, where he has learnt not to run away from it, but to live “In The Middle Of It All”.

The lyrics from the last part of “In The Middle Of It All”:

“All the while the life I lived

is thrown at me from every side

I will just embrace it all¨

now I will never try to hide

 No, I will just breathe it in

like I’ve never done before

Cause life can be beautiful

and now I’m not running anymore

 I wanna feel it in the middle of it all”

I had the privilege to listen to this incredibly honest and inspiring album and I have to say, I'm truly touched by his very personal and honest lyrics and unique voice. I wish William the best of luck with his release. I have no doubt, that we will hear more of this young man in the upcoming years. January 2022 with the release of such a meaningful album makes one hopeful for the rest of the year! 

 “In The Middle Of It All” is out on 

all streaming platforms from January 21, 2022.

If you like to know more about William and his music, follow him on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Spotify

January 14, 2022

The UK Songwriting Contest 2021!

As you know by now, I use every possible opportunity to bring awareness about the plight of refugees. Especially now, that a global pandemic is putting everything else such as the refugee crisis in the shadow for over two years.  

In May 2021, I have participated at the “UK Songwriting Contest 2021” in the category Lyrics Only with two song lyrics and according to UKSC no other songwriting event in the world was formed together with such well respected and prestigious organisations. The UKSC judging panels have featured Grammy, Emmy, CMA, and BRIT Award-winning Gold and Platinum Album producers and artists.

In 2021 there were approx 6,500 entries from over 80 countries. Around 20% of entries made it to the Semi-Finals and less than 2% of all entries made the finals.

My two song lyrics “80 million people!” and “My voice for the voiceless” were scored with four stars from five stars by the judges, which means:

Fours Star songs show a very good understanding of songwriting form, composition, and songwriting ability. These songwriters demonstrate a good knowledge of the craft of songwriting. 4 starts is regarded as a very good rating by the judges.

Today, I’m very happy to share my lyrics with you. I hope you like them and if you are a composer, songwriter-producer, or singer and would like to use my lyrics and collaborate, get in touch!

My 2021 Certificates!

 UK Songwriting Contest (Lyrics Only)

International Songwriting Contest (Switzerland)

80 million people! by Lily Amis

Dedicated to 80 million refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants worldwide

Twenty-twenty has been a crazy year for all of us
A pandemic crises has taken a toll on children and adults
Uncertainty was troubling our mind
Fear of the future was causing sleepless nights

What we have been experiencing is nothing new
80 million people forcibly displaced
This is the tragedy of our human race
26 million refugees facing the same fate
Trapped in refugee camps with no sign of hope
No sign of hope

Now you know how it feels like to be powerless
Now you know how it feels like to feel helpless
Now you know…

At least we still have a home
So it’s kind of ridiculous to blame and complain
While refugees are surviving this inhuman game
We still have a roof and a safe place to stay at in lockdown
What about those who are already lower than down?
What about those?

Refugee tents is all they have
no privacy, no safety, no comfort for children and adults
no sleep, no hope, nothing at all
under the most inhuman crises of all time
80 million people are struggling this inhuman crime
80 million people!

Now you know how it feels like to be powerless
Now you know how it feels like to feel helpless
Now you know how they feel

The horrible side effects of this pandemic
is nothing in comparison to surviving in refugee camps
80 million people are struggling to survive, to stay alive
Unhygienic and unsanitary conditions is all they know
while the majority of us is worrying
about toilet papers, disinfection soaps, and co

Children’s education is causing sleepless nights
Our children’s future is darker than bright
while refugee children have absolutely no rights
Neither a home, nor schools
home schooling for them is nothing but a dream
A dream and desire for the fools

80 million people!
Now you know how it feels like to be powerless
Now you know how it feels like to feel helpless
Now you know how they feel

Losing jobs has become normality
Losing loved ones our human tragedy
Losing homes our broken society
Social distancing and wearing face mask is the new reality
We have lost our freedom and sense of togetherness
That’s why we feel so powerless

A global pandemic, borders, lockdowns, travel bans
Forced Quarantine, Covid tests and a vaccine are necessary
to finally understand 80 million peoples misery

Now you know how it feels like to be powerless
Now you know how it feels like to feel helpless
Now you know how it feels like to be one of them
Now you feel it…
Now you live it…


My Voice 4 The Voiceless by Lily Amis
Dedicated to all the refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants worldwide

I look around and all I see is misery
Why is nobody learning from history?
Our lovely world is falling apart
Human crises, displacement crises, refugee crises
Why do we behave so clueless?
Why do we act selfish and thoughtless?

Pandemic crises, climate change crises, economy crises
How many more crises do we need to finally wake up?
This song is my voice 4 the voiceless
For the forgotten refugees worldwide
For the forcibly displaced wide and bride
Their world has fallen apart
They have nothing more to be proud

This is my voice 4 the voiceless
Das ist meine Stimme für die Stimmlosen
This is my voice for the voiceless
Questa è la mia voce per i senza voce

Bloody wars are destroying precious lives
Separating families and innocent child’s
War is poisoning people’s mind, heart, and soul
It’s crushing desires and hopes
What we’re doing to humanity is mindless
Trust me every single life is priceless
It’s time to put an end to this sadness

A little bit of kindness
an act of forgiveness
That’s all we need to stop this global madness
War and violence has never been a solution
Thinks twice anything else is an illusion
Seriously! It’s a delusion, nothing but confusion

This is my voice 4 the voiceless
Esta es mi voz para los que no tienen voz
This is my voice for the voiceless
C’est ma voix pour les sans voix

But hey who am I to put an end to all these crises?
I’m just a former refugee
Trying my best to bring awareness
Remind everyone to stop this global madness
Nationality and race shouldn’t matter anymore

It’s time to put an end to uncertainty
to this never ending social anxiety
Let’s act before it’s too late
Before all the humans lose their faith
Let us change our society and celebrate a glory victory!

This is my voice 4 the voiceless
Das ist meine Stimme für die Stimmlosen
Questa è la mia voce per i senza voce
C’est ma voix pour les sans voix
Esta es mi voz para los que no tienen voz
In sedaye man baraye bi sedahast
In nedaye man baraye bi nedahast

This is my voice 4 the voiceless
Das ist meine Stimme für die Stimmlosen (in German)
Questa è la mia voce per i senza voce (in Italian)
C’est ma voix pour les sans voix (in French)
Esta es mi voz para los que no tienen voz (in Spanish)
In sedaye man baraye bi sedahast (in Persian/Farsi)
In nedaye man baraye bi nedahast (in Persian/Farsi)

January 10, 2022

Q & A with Persian popsinger Pooriya Pirsabzi

My second guest in 2022 for my blog series THE MIRACLE OF MUSIC is a Persian Pop Singer. Pooriya Pirsabzi is thirty-two and from Gachsaran city in Iran.

The journey of life is all about discovering and developing yourself. Find out who you are, what you are good at, what you enjoy doing the most, and what you like to achieve in life and leave behind as your legacy. With the miracle of writing and music, we can inspire people from today and tomorrow! 

Dear Pooriya, welcome to my blog. Tell me at what age did you discover your love and passion for music?

Thank you for having me. At the age of 4, I realized that I loved music. Because I had a plastic electric guitar that I tied around my shoulder and stood in front of the mirror and sang Shahram Shabpareh.

Awww, how lovely! My mum and I are big fans of the Iranian singer and songwriter Shahram Shabpareh as well. Who isn’t? His music is so positive and joyful. Actually, my mum was in the same music school and in choir with Shahram and has fun memories of him. For my international blog visitors: Shahram Shabpareh is a popular artist in Iranian society with a career spanning 50 years. His concerts are well-received by Iranians all over the world and he is also a judge on Persian Talent Show.

So now back to you, Pooriya when did you start to sing and play an instrument?

As a teenager, I was very interested in playing the guitar, but due to my family's poor financial situation, I could not get a guitar until I was 19, when I was able to get a guitar with a working income.

Oh no! It breaks my heart when young people cant follow their passion because of financial problems. But hey look where you are now. So well done to you. Can you describe the day and the feeling of excitement when you went to the music store to finally buy a real guitar?

This feeling is indescribable. But now I have been aiming to buy a Godin brand guitar for almost three years, but due to financial circumstances, I cannot afford this great instrument yet! This expectation is very painful.

Awww, if there is a will, there is a way. I'm sure you will have your dream guitar sooner than you believe. Do you think you have your love for music in your DNA? Are your parents or siblings into music as well?

I was born into a very artistic-sports family. My father was a very good football player, theater actor, and singer, and I fell in love with music following him. My uncle was an actor and director of cinema and theater and a graduate of film directing. Yes, art, music, and sports were in my blood.

Fascinating. Do you believe that music has the power to heal?  

I have loved music and yes, I believe so. If one day I am told that you should not play music anymore, that day is the day of my death!

I hear you. Music brings people from all generations, countries, cultures, and religions together. Do you have an explanation why?

Music can bring people from all over the world together with any language, dialect, and religion, which I think is because music is the language of expressing emotions in the form of notes, and people easily absorb each other's emotions and energy, and they understand.

How come that you sing melancholic and heartbreaking ballades while  Shahram, was the one who inspired you? As far as I remember he mainly sings cheesy happy pops songs. Or as we say in Farsi RUHOZI songs. :-)

I only imitated Shahram Shabpareh's chants as a child, but now I really enjoy his sad songs. And now the magnificent works of Iranian and world music, the songs of Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli and the non-verbal works of Yanni and the works of Mr. Abi, Ms. Googoosh, Mr. Hamid Hami, Mr. Faramarz Asli, and Mr. Ghomayshi are very inspiring to me.

Excellent, what do you like to achieve with your music? What is your goal?

I would like to spread love and affection to the whole world through my own music and make more nations friendly.

If you write your own song lyrics, what’s your main message to the world?

When I write a song; my message to the whole world is to love and respect each other as much as you can. If you had a bad day yesterday, laugh that you are with me tomorrow.

I agree the world needs more love and respect. Finally, why should people buy and listen to your music?

Because I express feelings and emotions to the world with my own unique tone, accent, and language, and I was only born once. :-)

Well, I think you are talented and I'm happy to share your music with my international blog visitors here. 

Dear Pooryia, I wish you lots of success and hopefully, soon we will be able to hear English lyrics with your emotional and touching voice as well. I hope you can sell your music globally and get your dream guitar this year. Keep up the great work and best of luck with all your goals, dreams, and desires.

If you like to connect and listen to Pooryias music, follow him on Instagram

LISTEN TO THE SONG “chejuri zendegi konam?” / "HOW SHOULD I LIVE?"




January 02, 2022

Be my guest in my new blog series!

When you live in such a difficult, challenging, and corrupt time full of Pinocchios around you, next to you, beside you and especially above you, who dictate and manipulate the globe, you have to find a way to escape from reality and find your peace of mind, heart, and soul. 

One of the best ways to do that besides reading books is listening to music because music is healing. 

Inspired by my latest story, "Lennon, The Miracle of Music", I'm starting a brand new blog series for 2022 with the title THE MIRACLE OF MUSIC. I love to promote talented artists. 

If you are a songwriter, musician, composer, or singer and open for a Q&A, please contact me through Instagram @Lily.Amis or Twitter @nassimadesign  and let us promote your latest inspiring and empowering work and bring some joy and happiness to you and into people's life.

Let us spread some positive and hopeful energy and make 2022 an unforgettable year filled with lots of love, dream, desire, and new goals for the young and young at heart from all over the world! 

If you like to discover new artists and music, like/follow THE MIRACLE OF MUSIC Facebook page