Music and peace are always the one element that helps create unity among the human race. Peace is and has always been the key in helping the helpless survive and the strong to keep fighting for it.   Music on the other hand, always breaks the barriers that we as humans create when it deals with being judgmental.  Although, we may never know who some of our local community hero’s are, I can definitely point out  David”Deej”Digiantomasso as an influential community musician.  DiGiantomasso, a percussionist and producer, who has played for reputable musicians like Carlos Santana and Anthony Hamilton, has found a definite way of using all his teachings from his mentors to teach others about the power of peace amongst one another .  While promoting music and peace, Deej put together a small and intimate concert in New York to help gather and unite many people of different backgrounds to celebrate.  For those who missed an eminent show, here is a quick overview.

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  1. MIkki Vidal

    I am so proud of being a witness to this man talent, efforts and determination in creating empowerment, peace and love. I am certainly an admirer of music and cherish its purpose. Those very few persons like David Deej who can take that purpose and place it into our ears, into our hands and into our feet and down into our soul brings unity in motion for peace. The artists here and beyond this venue promote communion. The artists create the music to get the truth we can share, not necessarily a common truth, but a feeling to achieve communion with each other. These artist including the author of this article continuously reinvent themselves through new expression and allows the audience to consider new ideas and explore the ones in our heart and minds. And so i say thank you David Deej and the many artists and audience members for coming together for peace. The foundation of art is of true and powerful feelings. What a beautiful mission and goal.

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  2. Owen Romeo

    Congrats to Dave Deej for an outstanding show.

    @the blogger: The word “infamous” means famous for doing evil deeds, etc, so you are actually insulting Carlos Santana and Anthony Hamilton when you call them “infamous”.

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