‘The Wayfarer’ by Glenn Harrold

If you’ve heard of Glenn Harrold the hypnotherapist and multi-million selling self-help author, then you’re looking at the same man! Glenn has changed direction somewhat, bringing his secondary passion of music to the forefront of his career, releasing ‘The Wayfarer’, alongside Dean Rhymes.

Obviously a man of many talents, Harrold’s music is inspired by many of the topics that he deals with everyday  in his career as a hypnotherapist. However, for ‘The Wayfarer’, Glenn has adapted the story of the Peace Pilgrim who spent many years of her life walking across America, all for the hope of world peace. Rather than the conventional life experiences and tales of love that so many use as their main inspiration for their music, it is refreshing to see an artist branching out and adapting true stories of others as material instead.

‘The Wayfarer’ marries gentle acoustic guitar with the resonant and pure voice of Dean Rhymes whose vocals perfectly express the emotion behind the story of the Peace Pilgrim.

Glenn’s hypnosis and meditation downloads and Apps have sold over 7 million copies worldwide and are perennial best sellers on Amazon, iTunes, the App Store, Google Play and elsewhere. Glenn has also written 7 books, which have been published by major publishers Orion in the UK and Europe and McGraw Hill in the US.

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/glennharrold.fanpage/

https://www.youtube.com/user/doctorofthemind

https://twitter.com/GlennHarrold

http://www.glennharrold.com/

https://www.instagram.com/glenn_harrold/

 

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