Listen to the Live interview Episode #453 Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax: http://tobtr.com/9925055
GETTING TO KNOW ConSysTnt
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio
For The Rest Of My Life…
Prepare yourself for an overwhelming experience of the several emotional experiences we all have endured at one time, or another in life! When the music speaks for itself (without a single lyric), you have to listen!
The inspiration of this song came at a very difficult transition in my life. As a recently retired Veteran of the U.S. Army (8 years), like so many others, I have faced the internal and external struggles of returning from war. This song encompasses all emotions associated with this feat, as well as the painful moments; Before (Deployment), During, and until reaching triumph (returning home).
In my humble opinion, this song expands our conception of music- and our conscious perception of life at the same time. This composition was created during a time in my life where I felt I lost myself in trying to please all around me. The bridge of this song represents the climax of emotions, while also approaching the epiphany that no matter what; I will remain resilient in making myself a better person while enduring this emotional struggle- “For The Rest Of My Life”.
My current album project…
“The Power Within” will be an exquisite combination of awesome unknown, as well as ‘seasoned’ artists that deliver truth! This album will include artists that I have spent many years with; They all have a message. I plan to bring a fresh and creative, new perspective to great music! This album will touch on many subjects-currently significant; From the current state of cultural issues – all the way back to the club! Whatever mood you are feeling-you’ll find it on this album, hence the sub-title :The Gemini Compilation”. Remember the album title “The Power Within”, connect with me @ Consystnt for updates and exclusive insider clips of the production as it progresses!
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I currently live in Phoenix, Arizona…
I have been accepted to the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences (Audio, Film and video engineer) and will soon be in attendance. For the short period of time that I have been here, the music scene is interesting. I feel there is a mixture of all types of talent here. It’s fairly quiet though, as there is a shortage of producers and more importantly; True drive. I travel for my day job, and I have seen all 4 corners of this state-It’s rich with indigenous history and amazing artifacts preserved in time to see. From the Grand Canyon to Montezuma, you can experience a lot of preserved history in this state.
The music business has…
done right by me (for the most part) thus far. I have been “in and out” for over 15 years now. I have been privileged to work with some heavy hitters as of recent, and within the first 30 days of the new year; I have signed 4 out of 5 major publishing deals from Norway to Hollywood for film and TV so, be on the “listen” out-you will see my name many places soon!
Zero 7. I would pick their brains on how exactly they achieved their level of success by licensing their compositions for many major films; While maintaining active fan engagement-and then releasing some of the same songs on independent album(s). I admire this band for their amazing talent, as well as their ability to maintain relevance, modesty, and a very strong following.