Original Music

 I believe that Music is a healer, and brings forth the vibration of our emotions


"Music and Rythym find their way into the secret places of the soul."



I began writing music sometime 1979 and feel I came into his own in 1994 after meeting a stranger that  I connected with on a level of intimacy that movies are made of...I then wrote "COME BACK TO NEW ORLEANS" and continue to write about my journey here on earth as the events bring them to a musical vibration...I sit down at the piano or grabs a guitar to actually flesh out the melody.


"BREATHE IN THE OCEAN" was written after traveling to Los Angeles and realizing the connectedness of us all through our breath...and even though I was sitting on Marina Del Rey, I realized that water stretched around the globe up to my home town, New Orleans.  And the sky that lit up with stars like diamonds while hiking in the mountains shined over us all - New Orleans, New Mexico, and California, New Zealand, Ethiopia, China, and Iceland.  So Breathe... 


Lawrence Henry Gobble ~ Singer/ Song WriterThere are 11 songs so far that I am hoping to record this fall and have my first cd available by Christmas 2009.  To listen to a few of those songs check out my myspace site at the link below.  I am honored to share this gift that lights me up everyday!  Creating music is magical, therapeautic and heart filling to me.  I get a sense of another dimension...when I am immersed in my music or that of others.  I even find myself moved, more often than not, by music in everyday life.  In fact, one of my favorite new indulgences is the television series, GLEE!  Music is the catalyst for powerful emotion.  Thanks for listening!





Singer/ Song Writer

One of the most healing artists in my spiritual journey is my friend Jack Fowler.  His music is inspirational, emotional and most assuredly healing.  His life and work is one of my most treasured gifts and I say buy his albums!


Singer / Song Writer 

My local hero and friend that moves me EVERY TIME he sings is John Boutte.  

Best described in this quote from the Wall Street Journal: 

 "At a club called d.b.a., along a boisterous strip of Frenchmen Street, singer John Boutté regularly silences the Saturday-night tourist conversations. For the locals who press up close to the stage, these weekly gigs are cathartic ritual. In performance, Mr. Boutté moves like a flyweight boxer: hanging back, shifting his weight, thrusting forward without warning. Even on CD, he conveys that sense -- bouncing silkily along until he delivers a stinging high note or devastating flurry of melismata."

If you get the chance to be one of us lucky ones on a Saturday...don't miss it!   John loves this city and does so much as an ambassador of that love.




Singer/ Song Writer

I first met Charmaine Neville at an event in the Bywater (where she proudly calls home) working with the beautiful sisters from the Marionites of Holy Angels.  That is when it first struck me talking with her that her commitment is to truly be "For the People!"  I have such a love for her,  and her spirit, and her music.  She keeps showing up at events that are dedicated to making a difference here in our beautiful city!  Please go see her and meet her and be touched by this New Orleans Angel!



Sax Player/ Song Writer

Sam is an amazing man that makes a difference in just the way he spends his days with friends and his beautiful wife.  He's one of those guys that is always thinking of others.  The other thing about him is his amazing talent...he channels beautiful music from that etherial place that few of us visit.  I love this man!  Please check out his website and if you get a chance to see him play his horn, don't miss it!