Saturday Morning Conversation with LIAM
‘In whatever you do, work at it wholeheartedly as for the Lord and not for man.’
Liam is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. No stranger to propelled international success and journies, Liam has traveled the world in many different lights and now looks to take over the charts… Music charts that is. And believe you me he is putting his best foot forward.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with this rare gem at a Starbucks, and when I listened to his debut single “SatMo” it brought a tear to my eye. I could not believe what I was hearing from the young man I was looking at sitting in front of me.
Liam’s debut single “SatMo” is pure music, from the production, songwriting, arrangement and vocal delivery, this song will eventually be apart of your favorite Saturday morning playlist. And will definitely be a classic.
by. Power Alley Media
INTERVIEWER – So tell the readers, what is your passion that drives you to want the world to hear your music?
LIAM – I believe the world will be a better place when everyone is doing what they feel called to do, what they love, and what they are passionate about-When everyone is pursuing their true and full potential. For me, it is singing, writing, and performing. My hope is that by pursuing my passion wholeheartedly, it will encourage others to do the same, whatever their passion may be. My music is a message of truth, and celebration and most importantly an encouragement to find your truth and pursue with courage and boldness.
INTERVIEWER – Coming from a background such as Whitworth University where there is not much diversity, how is there so much soul developed in your sound?
LIAM – The saying goes that you can’t learn soul, you are born with it. From my very earliest memories, the music that gave me the most Life was gospel, soul, and R&B.
INTERVIEWER – Who are some of your biggest musical inspirations and what do you take from them, to help mold your craft?
LIAM – I’ve always gravitated towards artists who sing from their soul. I remember getting albums from my mom for Christmas as a child. When other kids were getting the latest pop albums, I was digging deep into Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, and Satchmo. They sing from a genuine and authentic perspective and take you on a journey in each song, and my writing style has been heavily influenced by that.
INTERVIEWER – What was one of the most pivotal moments in your life, that made you just have to put it into song?
LIAM – SatMo, my debut single came from a realization of all the incredible blessings I had in my life in the midst of uncertainty and very little. I was in the middle of complaining about my circumstances when the lord hit me with a spirit of celebration and gratitude. That day I spent in the present moment and wrote about it.
INTERVIEWER – If you could perform anywhere in the world, where would it be, and with who?
LIAM – There is nothing I value more than finding a new perspective on different cultures. I hope to perform all over the world. Singing with Stevie Wonder would be a pinnacle of my life. I would also be thrilled to perform with JT.
INTERVIEWER – Give the fans and readers one good reason to believe in their self?
LIAM – There is only one of you, and the world needs you to be your true and full self. Trust those beating hearts of yours.