**Music by Christopher Lawhead**
IMPROVING LIFE THROUGH MUSIC.
Chris performs, teaches, and produces on multiple instruments; and is known world-wide for his flute-playing.
His latest musical incarnation is in his Live PA project "LAWHEAD" playing laptop/flute/vox/guitar/theremin.
His musical journey has included performances at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, the famous Jazz Cafe in Costa Rica, the Miazawa Flute Show at Carnagie Hall, some special performances in Europe, a psychedelic jam experiment in an abandoned water tank, and endless gigs at pubs, bars, theaters, street corners, and living rooms. Chris has performed for the King of Hawaii Aka Mahi and humbly stands in his court on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Outside of playing his electro rock downtempo music, Chris stays busy collaborating with artists from any genre. He is a member of Mike Brick’s Afro Samba and performs with improvisational bands Vegas Witchcraft, Curruptor, and Wonderlic. Chris has also shared the stage and recorded with groups Nicole Torres, Rhythm Vision, Zebra Junction, Katalyst, and many more.
Over the years Chris has discovered his gift and love of serving others. He has served as a educator in Denver and Littleton Public Schools as a Lacrosse coach and as a music teacher for preschool and special-ed kids. Chris was the Music Ambassador for Swedish Hospital in Englewood, CO. He currently holds a teaching position at the rock school Band Dynamics and the Music and Arts Center in Littleton, CO. Through his study of Neuro-linguistic Programing (NLP), Hawaiian Huna, hypnosis, and kiniesiolgy, Chris continues to develop ways to serve his fellow man through music. He is a certified practitioner of NLP and has collaborated with Dr. Steven Schwartz, Olympian Maggie Connor, national champion bicyclist Traci Brown, Larry Young and others in the development of various audio projects used to heal and empower people.
Chris’s primary modality is love which is expressed though the vibrations of music.
LOVE SERVE REMEMBER.
Comments by LAWHEAD
love the rig! I'm going to copy.
@c-db-sn: Thanks Chase, I played things separate. I don't quite have th singing and guitar work down at the same time yet so I produced it. I should be able to play it live in a month or so.