Why The World Needs More Musicians
A musician holds the world in their hands as they perform. They have one of the most pure forms of magic in their hands, whether it’s a microphone, guitar, or even a classical instrument. Even someone with a pencil, hitting on their desk rhythmically. That’s where it starts. Music is a form of expression, a way of communication.
There’s an awesome feeling when your favorite song comes on the radio. It’s your favorite song for a reason, right? Maybe it’s your favorite artist, or maybe just the message it sends. Maybe it’s just an extreme feelgood favorite. Whatever the reason, your heart starts pounding and you have the urge to turn it up. Why? Because it means something to you. It’s your favorite song.
Despite the rush and thrill of your favorite song, or listening to your favorite band, there is something purely godlike when the magic is right in front of you. Have you ever watched someone just play guitar or sing? Closing their eyes and feeling the music down to their toes, and you do the same just listening to them? Have you ever stood in front of the stage of a concert and felt the music reverberate through you?
They do that because they want to. It’s that passion for music, that passion for pure art that famous musicians transform into a cosmic stage presence that can tear down arenas.
And watching your favorite band perform, is magic of the highest degree.
So tell me my nonexsistent auidience, why do YOU think the world needs more musicians? What are your favorite bands or songs? When have you felt that stage prescence in a musician? Tell me what you think magic is 🙂
XoXo Radium Rollercoaster