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Wit is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is best known for his warm, rich vocals and his bold song writing style.
Wit gradually built a large following through his performances, poetry writings, his advocacy for world peace, protecting the environment, and promoting political awareness. Wit's fan base now spans several continents.
Wit is an accomplished author, having written the book, “Secrets to the Universe”: a collection of Haiku and Senryu poetry and inspirational thought; which he often uses as his muse for the themes and lyrics of his songs.
Through his years in music, Wit has cultivated a rich, multicultural life to draw upon. Inspired by the classics as well as the likes of: Led Zeppelin, John Lennon, Neil Young, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, and Sting to name a few, Wit is leaving his mark on the music scene as one of the first artists to mix Rock music with elements of Zen poetry.
Wit’s music is inspired by the human condition and nature. His lyrics defy convention and move beyond poetry to achieve equilibrium between both thought and feeling. He fuses the spirit and energy of Rock & Roll with issues that are timeless in a compelling blend that is, again both, articulate and uniquely original. Wit’s songs are a portrait, carefully crafted, of Hope, Fear, Love, Joy, Depression, Life, Death, and the Beauty within them, compelling us, his listeners, to reflect upon who we are and what drives us all to do what we do.
Wit is creating a musical hybrid that transcends easy categorization and boundaries of artistic limitation. This musical hybrid which contains layers of meaning, Wit calls ‘Zen Rock’, touches upon a profound truth.
Wit’s first studio release, the innocent yet remarkably powerful and daring, "The President,” has received acclaim for catering to the intellect as well as the heart.
“ ‘The President’ boldly stands out on its own as art, while maintaining the equilibrium....”
Reviews by Matthew