MusicDishTV announced the premiere of the music video "Peace Through Music" from pop singer/songwriter Julien Drolon. The video's release date coincides with the International Day of Peace as well as single release on iTunes.
"Peace Through Music" was shot in May 2010 at the Asian music conference, Music Matters in Hong Kong, which turns out to be the perfect backdrop for Drolon's video, which is his live performance of "Peace Through Music". It highlights Drolon singing the song to an enthusiastic crowd as he reiterates the need for peace, singing not only in English, but in Tagalog, the official language of the Philippines. The acoustic band features some great talent with a female percussionist joining Drolon on vocals for the chorus. Subtitles add to the enjoyment and understanding of the message and the moment, and the percussion group at the end of the video heats it up before Drolon brings it all to a close. Filled with raw energy, and a message of peace and hope, the Hong Kong setting and audience provide the spirit of togetherness that is embodied in the song.
Commenting on the track and video, Drolon said, "Music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. It doesn't matter whether people are from different geographic, political, economic, spiritual or ideological backgrounds - music has the universal power to transcend and unite us as one human race."
About Julien Drolon
Julien Drolon is a singer, songwriter, and former International Reporter, but the native Frenchman who now resides and records his album in the Philippines is on a musical mission for peace. Through a series of performances at the Peace Festival and Earth Dance in the Philippines, and the release of his debut single Peace Through Music" from the upcoming album "Time For Peace" which is slated for release at the beginning of 2011, Drolon is hard at work to make the world a better place for everyone. Drolon performed at the opening of the China Music Industry Park - Shanghai in July, 2010, and kicked off the Peace Festival in the Philippines on August 20th. Drolon also performed on August 18th during EarthDance, a day on which individuals, organizations and nations across the globe celebrate the hope of peace simultaneously.
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