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‘This Will Be’: The Exciting Jazz-Soul Breakthrough Of Natalie Cole
The wonderful family performance shows the incredible talent that runs in the Owens family. He shares a youtube viral video with his father Thomas Owens of a song which means a lot to both of them. Brian has pursued a professional music career and has released 8 albums to date April The duet between Brian and Thomas has caught the attention of viewers across the world. The special relationship between a father and his son is evident for all to see, the music helps us feel it too. Inspirational and bags full of talent from the Owens family.
Some people are born with beautiful voices, but it takes much more than that to be a truly great singer. Sam Cooke was one of the most influential singers and activists of the civil rights era. Nicknamed the King of Soul, he was beloved far and wide for his powerful vocals and evocative writing talents, with A Change Is Gonna Come being one of his best-known hits. He wrote the song to express his frustration, and the frustration of countless other African Americans, as well as sharing his optimism that positive change and progress would eventually come. Sitting in a simple classroom chair, he belts out the song with extraordinary emotion, pouring all of his feelings into every line as his friends and classmates stand around in awe at his talents. From the opening of the song right through to its final moments, he never lets up, really feeling the lyrics and bringing the message to life, helping us all reflect on how far society has come, but how far it also still has to go in so many ways, especially in light of recent events. When asked about the change referenced in the song and how we could inspire more positive change in the future, Xavian wisely said:. I believe the change that is to come is on a personal level and only then will it change a nation.