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  • Artist Profile: Brock Lawley

    A few short years ago, Brock Lawley was writing songs inside a makeshift warehouse in Baghdad while deployed to Iraq. Today Brock is a songsmith who has sharpened his skills, fasted in spirit and is creating quite a buzz with his music. When you listen to his songs you embark on a flight, that takes you far away from everyday struggles and transports you to a more tranquil and serene state of mind. He creates a connection to the soul with his enchanting vocals, and has this to say about his music.

    “Music is a powerful thing. It can take words higher than they can go alone. It can cut into a deep place in the human soul. That profound responsibility has been cheapened on the altar of Secularist propaganda…. Music and especially songwriting is the best window I have found to show the world such a beautiful view. My music is not created to align with a conservative worldview. It is created to align with truth. Music can move, motivate and maneuver the human spirit like nothing else.”

    The left has owned the real estate of artistic expression for so long that most people now think it’s their birthright. The truth is songwriting is simply an extension of the songwriter. Assuming you’re being genuine and not simply trend chasing … your values are bound to graft themselves into your art.

    You can read more about Brock here.


    Lisa Day

    Lisa Day is a communications specialist by trade with 25+ years of experience in the field of internal and external communication, PR and marketing, current events, politics, culture, and American exceptionalism. She's the co-founder of BigDawg Music Radio, and BigDawg Music Mafia, which bridges the cultural divide with artists and entrepreneurs resisting the progressive agenda.

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