Music is an outburst of the soul.
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Luc Reynaud: Welcome to My House

Luc Reynaud: Welcome to My House

Jun 3, 2019-- Luc Reynaud is a musician from Washington, focused on combining music and service to others. When Hurricane Katrina hit the southeast coast, Luc felt compelled to go down and help, using some construction skills (and a guitar) he had picked up during a soul-searching trip. Luc began playing his guitar around the shelter he was volunteering at, eventually writing a song with one of the children, called 'Freedom Song.' Ultimately, this song went on to be recorded both by Luc and separately by Jason Mraz, who also used it for an organization called Free the Slave. Luc's love of music lead him to form Luc and the Lovingtons who tour the world reaching out to those struggling, whether it be performing at homeless shelters in California, or at refugee camps in Syria. Luc and the Lovingtons are currently working on their new album "Welcome to my House." (2366 reads)


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