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Mike Love | Music


Revolutionary music may seem hard to come by in these days and times. Long gone is the era of artists like Bob Marley, The Clash, Stevie Wonder and Patti Smith getting airplay and bringing their messages to the masses. But that doesn’t mean that the revolution isn’t still brewing in the hearts and minds of many people around the globe.

Meet Mike Love. One of reggae music’s rising stars. Born and raised in Oahu, Hawaii to a musical family that spans generations, Mike Love brings a multitude of influences to the table, all tied together by the common goal of making the world a better place.

Through the grassroots method of releasing his albums independently, on his own Love Not War Records label, and performing 250 plus shows a year, Love has built an ever growing following for his unique and inspiring music.

He has toured with many artists in the circles of conscious, roots music, including Trevor Hall, Xavier Rudd, Nahko and many more. He has performed to enthusiastic audiences at the California Roots Festival, Wakarusa, Wanderlust and the Montreal Jazz Fest, just to name a few.

His songs are designed to take you on a journey of knowledge, personal growth and healing. In “Permanent Holiday” he takes you on a lyrical quest for freedom, both his and yours. He laments the ills of the world but also discusses solutions and ideas to change them. In “Earthlings” he sings about the film, being vegan, about animal cruelty and about holding yourself accountable for your actions.

He calls for immediate and drastic change in environmental impact in “Step Lightly”, affirms his connection with fans in “I Love You”, and shows a vulnerable and touching insight into his personal life in “Advaya’s Song” and “No Regrets”.

“It’s always been about the healing,” Mike Love explains, “I’ve never been into music that was shallow. I’m still learning about where I’m going and where I want to be. All the music is a learning tool for me too. I just make myself open to it and the messages come through. It’s just as teaching and healing for me as it is for anyone.”

Discussion Point

Can listening to songs with passionate lyrics about the journey of knowledge, personal growth and healing inspire us to take that journey ourselves?

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