I'm a singer-songwriter living in the san francisco bay area and have written and recorded two albums entitled "good news, bad news" and "cold, cruel world" -- original songs that blend the genres of folk, rock, blues, bluegrass, celtic, jazz, and world music while hearkening back to the protest and topical
songs of the 1960s and early 1970s with themes addressing progressive issues like peace vs. war, global poverty, and global warming -- lend an ear
at www.michaelsullivansongs.com -- embrace each day that comes your way.
Northern Hempishere to Southern Hempishere both with an important message for our New Year. Listen to your tribal voice inside and get those fires burning be you Navajo or whatever Nation. Bring all the fire (life) lights into action for hope and love. Mitakuye Oyasin.
Top song: performed by Lindsey Stirling American violinist, dancer, performance artist, and composer Bottom song: Robert Mirabal Pueblo musician, songwriter, vocalist, drummer and author. Flute player and maker whose flutes are are world renowned.