Jehlad's Music Suite

Jehlad's Music Suite

is creating Music Vides, Musical Enlightenment, and Music Therapy

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Ever since I was a baby in the crib, I followed the beat to my own drum, literally. My mother and my father said that I was born with big hands so I would hit the kitchen table, the chairs in the living room, and my bed, literally making a pattern of sounds that would stay within in me for a while. This was because I lived in a pretty big house, with over 10 family members under one roof at one point. So, when I would whistle or start singing (my family would tell you that I would scream, which would make sense because I was a child), I would be silenced and told to stop. This stayed in my head for a while, and because I was not into sports until middle school, I did not really have an outlet, until I lived with my uncle and my aunt in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
While living with them for a couple of years, my aunt would bring me to her church choir, and I finally had a place to let my gift of singing roam free. I sang two to three times a week at Trinity Church in the heart of downtown Boston and had covered several local Boston magazines that published articles about me. When I went to St. Columbkille Catholic school in Brighton, Boston, I would literally ask the nuns who were teachers of the class if I could get up in front of everybody, and sing a song that I wrote right then and there. I was only nine years old. The first song I ever wrote was titled “Cash and Money.” I was 10. After I moved back to live with my mother while I was in sixth grade (this would be my eighth or ninth time moving, and moving to San Diego in 2018 would be move number 18), I got caught up in being bullied for that whole year. I hated going to school. Yet, I always had music to escape.
At the age of 13, my mother, my brother and I were homeless for half a year. I always knew we would not be in that same position because my mom was very resilient. We moved into a nice condominium resort in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, (I was born in Manchester, NH) and we stayed there for my entire high school career, which would be a pretty solid and set time in my life. For the first time, I was involved in everything from sports to health clubs, and most importantly, my love for music and theater. I went to Stonehill College, which would be a pretty rough patch in my life. I knew music was going to be the only thing that would set me straight so I started getting serious after I graduated in 2017. I started going to every music opportunity once I moved to San Diego, and since, everything has been going great. Joining me on this journey will be great for the both of us. We all need to journey together anyways! 
Tiers
Aim High, Stay Humble
$5 or more per month

So here is the breakdown...your support goes a long way. I live my life through aiming to the highest degree, yet caring this humble heart that won't bend or fold to any thing or any one. Besides helping me create content, here are some other benefits:
 

Access to patron-only feed and posts
 

Patron-only polls Help me choose what to write next in my creative journey
 

High quality downloads jpg, mp3, etc/All the new stuff first
 

Point of view, behind the scene videos, songwriting workshops, recording sessions, etc...
 

Access to demos, Here some of the raw and unedited versions of songs before I hit the studio to get them mixed and mastered
 

Band member
$10 or more per month


I thank every single one of you for making this musical journey easier for me and for that, I want to say congratulations! You are now apart of the band! For that the benefits of this tier include:
 

First class access to a live one on one video of band practice with the rest of my band members! This means you get to hear the song writing process and I will share a story of each song with you all.
 

All previous benefits listed in the previous tier

We Are Family
$20 or more per month

So it's a step up from being apart of the band, so I want to formally welcome you to my family! We are family! This means so much to me and should mean so much to you for putting so much effort into building our relationship. I write some of best work with my family. This membership tier includes:
 

-a personal poem mailed to your address, with a ticket to the closets show to your location.
 

-all previous tiers benefits (a $100 dollar value!!!)


Ever since I was a baby in the crib, I followed the beat to my own drum, literally. My mother and my father said that I was born with big hands so I would hit the kitchen table, the chairs in the living room, and my bed, literally making a pattern of sounds that would stay within in me for a while. This was because I lived in a pretty big house, with over 10 family members under one roof at one point. So, when I would whistle or start singing (my family would tell you that I would scream, which would make sense because I was a child), I would be silenced and told to stop. This stayed in my head for a while, and because I was not into sports until middle school, I did not really have an outlet, until I lived with my uncle and my aunt in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
While living with them for a couple of years, my aunt would bring me to her church choir, and I finally had a place to let my gift of singing roam free. I sang two to three times a week at Trinity Church in the heart of downtown Boston and had covered several local Boston magazines that published articles about me. When I went to St. Columbkille Catholic school in Brighton, Boston, I would literally ask the nuns who were teachers of the class if I could get up in front of everybody, and sing a song that I wrote right then and there. I was only nine years old. The first song I ever wrote was titled “Cash and Money.” I was 10. After I moved back to live with my mother while I was in sixth grade (this would be my eighth or ninth time moving, and moving to San Diego in 2018 would be move number 18), I got caught up in being bullied for that whole year. I hated going to school. Yet, I always had music to escape.
At the age of 13, my mother, my brother and I were homeless for half a year. I always knew we would not be in that same position because my mom was very resilient. We moved into a nice condominium resort in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, (I was born in Manchester, NH) and we stayed there for my entire high school career, which would be a pretty solid and set time in my life. For the first time, I was involved in everything from sports to health clubs, and most importantly, my love for music and theater. I went to Stonehill College, which would be a pretty rough patch in my life. I knew music was going to be the only thing that would set me straight so I started getting serious after I graduated in 2017. I started going to every music opportunity once I moved to San Diego, and since, everything has been going great. Joining me on this journey will be great for the both of us. We all need to journey together anyways! 

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Tiers
Aim High, Stay Humble
$5 or more per month

So here is the breakdown...your support goes a long way. I live my life through aiming to the highest degree, yet caring this humble heart that won't bend or fold to any thing or any one. Besides helping me create content, here are some other benefits:
 

Access to patron-only feed and posts
 

Patron-only polls Help me choose what to write next in my creative journey
 

High quality downloads jpg, mp3, etc/All the new stuff first
 

Point of view, behind the scene videos, songwriting workshops, recording sessions, etc...
 

Access to demos, Here some of the raw and unedited versions of songs before I hit the studio to get them mixed and mastered
 

Band member
$10 or more per month


I thank every single one of you for making this musical journey easier for me and for that, I want to say congratulations! You are now apart of the band! For that the benefits of this tier include:
 

First class access to a live one on one video of band practice with the rest of my band members! This means you get to hear the song writing process and I will share a story of each song with you all.
 

All previous benefits listed in the previous tier

We Are Family
$20 or more per month

So it's a step up from being apart of the band, so I want to formally welcome you to my family! We are family! This means so much to me and should mean so much to you for putting so much effort into building our relationship. I write some of best work with my family. This membership tier includes:
 

-a personal poem mailed to your address, with a ticket to the closets show to your location.
 

-all previous tiers benefits (a $100 dollar value!!!)