Earl Thompson's song You're everything to me
Earl Thompson is a native of Jamaica with a soulful voice, he has a peaceful and wonderous voice that makes you simply want to listen. His current single is completely unique, and well produce and his toneation is more than impressive. List to "You're Everything to me" below and let us know your thoughts!
Question and Answer with the artist:
How did you start in the music business?
I wouldn’t say I’ve started; I’m still trying to get the world to see what I Have to offer. I’m still working a 9 to five job.
How would you describe the music that you typically create?
Most of the songs that I have written are love songs. They deal with Breaking up and getting back together.
What is the current project about?
This song is actually a poem that I wrote for my then-wife when I was living in Canada. I eventually turned it into a song. Things didn’t work out between us.
How do you feel it will inspire others?
I don’t really know if it inspires anyone, but I know it’s a song a man can dedicate to the woman he truly loves.
What is your creative process like?
I am a writer, who writes just about anything. I write poetry, songs, screenplays, and novels. I’m constantly thinking of things to write.
Who would you most like to collaborate with?
Any good singer who would want to collaborate with me.
If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?
What is one message you would give to your fans?
They should be at peace with themselves, and try to be at peace with everyone else.
What is the most useless talent you have?
I’m not mechanical at all; I can’t fix the simplest things that need fixing, and I hate reading instructions.
Do you sing in the shower? What songs? What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
I sing in and out of the shower. I mostly sing songs like older songs. I like the Bee Gees. The song I mostly sing is ‘Too Much Heaven.’
Where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues?
Do you have any upcoming shows?
How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
The Internet has impacted the music industry to me in more negative ways than positive ways. People can download a song, and listen to it without paying for it. Spotify, Apple Music, and other platforms are making more out of the music than the actual writers and performers.
What is your favorite song to perform?
Too Much Heaven, by the Bee Gees
Which famous musicians do you admire?
The Bee Gees
What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
I can’t remember right now. I mostly avoid getting into trouble as much as I can.
What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Don’t play with people’s emotions or their money; both can get you killed.
If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
Doing more songs
What should the world know?
How passionate I am about writing, and singing.
Manhattan, NY, Earl Thompson is an ingenious songwriter, who utilizes his Jamaican roots as a form of inspiration. Originally from a district called Wood Hall in Clarendon, Jamaica, West Indies, Thompson has been telling his own story ever since he could remember. While residing in Jamaica, Thompson partook in a great deal of schooling, where he furthered his education in writing. Throughout furthering his education, he developed an even deeper passion for writing. Thompson achieved his diploma in Journalism while in Canada.
When asked what the artist writes about, he is quick to discuss his life experiences. For Thompson, writing gives him the medium to express himself through song, as he puts his experiences through life and loves to use them. After serving 12 years as a police officer, Thompson migrated his life to Canada. Though his life was changing, he never stopped putting his pen to paper. Thompson enjoyed all methods and forms of writing, including screenplays, novels, poetry and eventually song lyrics.
After his tenure as a police officer, Thompson found himself desiring to take his writing career to the next level. Through winning multiple poetry competitions and optioning one of his original screenplays, Thompson ventured into the music industry with his natural songwriting abilities. Thompson is eager to share his two latest songs, “You’re Everything To Me”, and “Georgia, Please Come Back To Me” with fans near and far. He has also written other songs, including ‘The One With The Last Laugh,’ ‘Your Love Is Amazing,’ Don’t Give Up.’ ‘If I Should Love Again,’ and ‘I Don’t Know What Life’s About.
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