Art Lives On – Episode 4 – “All Hands on Deck”

ART LIVES ON, in episode #4 of this musical series!

Sunday, April 22, 2018 is Earth Day this year. A bit of the history of Earth Day may be found HERE.

The preservation of the quality and availability of water is critical for health and for the survival of life on our planet.

Drinking water is one of those things that many people in the United States take for granted. One of the amazing things I love about the people in the Great Lakes region is that they have an acute sense of the value of clean water – likely instilled by their love of the Lakes upon which they live. However, it’s that very abundance of water that makes people in this region wonder why water conservation should be an issue. In actuality, water conservation and Great Lakes restoration go hand in hand; the less water we take out of the Great Lakes and consume, the more there is to support this amazing ecosystem. The Lakes are at some of the lowest levels in decades. Every drop counts.

In conjunction with Earth Day, I wrote and offer this song entitled, “All Hands on Deck,” Lyrics and Music © June 20, 2017 by David M. Waldman, All Rights Reserved. To accompany the song, I created the video: “All Hands on Deck” © July 18, 2017 David M. Waldman, All Rights Reserved.

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David Waldman

David Waldman is a film writer, cinematographer, director, producer, actor, editor and composer. In addition, he is an unsigned singer/songwriter/arranger/performer with numerous original songs filed with US Copyright Office. He was born in New York City, NY. Musical Education: Waldman studied piano with Leopold Mittman at the Long Island Institute of Music in New York City, NY. He writes, arranges and records, and performs as a vocalist, keyboard player and upright bass player. He enjoys professional musical challenges and making music business contacts. Waldman enjoys writing both serious and comedic music.