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All We Need to Know is a multi-faceted musical concept project dedicated to entertain, and to inspire audiences to take time to reflect on their lives, their hopes, their dreams, their fears and everything that contributes to who they are.  It is our belief that the journey of self discovery will lead to a world of greater peace, love, tolerance and cooperation.

Click here for a detailed explanation of how the theme of each song was chosen to provide a catalyst for the discussion of specific concepts designed to improve communication and understanding.  

Summary of Themes:

  1. Prologue:  Autonomy requires Knowledge

  2. Hypothetical Pollution:  Choose our Priorities wisely

  3. Shadows on the Wall: Freedom must be Real

  4. Prelude to Eternity:  Self awareness requires honesty and acceptance of facts

  5. Eternity: Accepting we are all part of something greater

  6. Look At Where We Have Been:  A life worth living requires self examination

  7. Prelude to Reality: Truth leads to Purpose

  8. Chains of Reality: Purpose leads to Meaning

  9. Prelude to Who Am I?  Meaning helps us become who we are meant to be

  10. Who Am I?: Self Improvement never ends

  11. Prelude to the Meaning of Life: Meaning, self acceptance and Truth contribute to personal freedom

  12. Loving You: Self-Awareness and Self Love lead to enlightenment

  13. Edge of Infinity: Love, Virtue and Selflessness lead to Fulfillment

  14. The Miracle: Awareness, Purpose and sharing the gift of our uniqueness = the miracle of our existence

  15. Prelude to Love is all We Need to Know:  Love is the greatest gift of all

  16. Love Is All We Need To Know: Love is the pathway to Enlightenment

  17. Epilogue: Love is stronger than Fear, Lies and Greed.










































How can Art change the world?

  • Communication 

    • Art is capable of communicating directly with our conscious-awareness, providing us with experiences and an understandings of our world well beyond the capabilities of language or rational thought.

  • Inspiration

    • Art has the power to evoke, to emote, to engage, to enrage, to enquire and to inspire.  Inspiration provides momentum for action.  ​

  • Truth

    • Art speaks directly to our consciousness and relates to each person on an individual basis, so it is far more difficult to falsify or manipulate an intended artistic message.​

  •  Second, we need to have a good understanding of what brings meaning and purpose into our own lives (individual conscious-awareness).

  • Third, we need to be aware of our own and others' biases and susceptibility to logical fallacies.


  • Once we have those things, then we will have a better collective understanding (global-consciousness) of what will benefit all humanity. And this will allow us to develop the solutions the world needs.

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