Tessa and Thomas Libreri and Their Band Destiny

Thomas and Tessa Libreri’s music is from the heart and soul and reflects alot about their life experiences as well as their hopes dreams, regrets and aspirations. Their music is hard to pigeon hole into one specific genre… It is a mixture of country, rock, jazz, ballads and soul type music.

Live Interview Wednesday February 21

Episode #565: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avaliveradio/2018/02/22/episode-565-ava-live-radio-behind-the-music-with-jacqueline-jax

Jacqueline Jax logo photoInterview by Jacqueline Jax
host of A.V.A Live Radio
Band Name: Destiny – (also known as Destiny Band Oz) Both names registered in Australia by Thomas and Tessa Libreri.
Person Interviewing: Tessa and Thomas Libreri
Song name: The Thing I Like Best About You
Music Genre:: Country/Rock
This song is about: A fun, cheeky little song written by Thomas Libreri about his wife, Tessa and the thing he likes best about her. Thomas and Tessa Libreri’s music is from the heart and soul and reflects alot about their life experiences as well as their hopes dreams, regrets and aspirations. Their music is hard to pigeon hole into one specific genre… It is a mixture of country, rock, jazz, ballads and soul type music. This release represents a major push towards the country music genre for Destiny.

Thomas creates his music in his in-home studio usually early in the morning -but the ideas can come at various times; while on the ride on lawnmower; driving along in the car; after an argument or hearing a great story etc.

How do you stay focused and balance creating with life: It’s difficult with two teenage daughters and their wants, needs and obligations and they certainly keep you grounded but Thomas and Tessa try to support each other to help stay focused.

What piece of music advice forever changed your way of thinking?: Write what you feel and don’t be led by what others are doing.

I live in…  The Latrobe Valley in Gippsland, Victoria Australia. The music scene here is really starting to move again after a long lull with live entertainment which was probably due in part to the economic times and the push against drink driving (making people less inclined to go out as they felt they couldn’t have a few drinks). Now there are options with transport to and from clubs and people being smarter and designating non drinking drivers etc.

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