Lorenzo Wood is creating Music & Music Videos
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I'm sixteen years old, and I've been making music as long as I can remember. My parents got me my first drum set when I was four. My singing career started at age seven, when my sister and I did my first musical theatre show. I've also learned piano, and taught myself guitar and bass. Oh, and I practice beat-boxing more than my parents would prefer.  I've been recording my own songs and covers of my favorite songs using Apple's Logic software. I started busking on busy streets and at street faires when I was thirteen, and performing at community events whenever I had the chance. I just got a loop station so I'm using it to incorporate harmonies and rhythm into my live performances. Just before my sixteenth birthday, I finished and released my debut EP, "Now in Control," which features four songs which I wrote, recorded, and produced.

I'm really grateful to everybody who has supported my music over the years — the people who encouraged my performance in theatre or when I've gotten a gig — and who tossed a buck or a fiver in my guitar case when I'm belting my heart out.  Now with patreon, I'm thinking this will support my habit of purchasing more musical equipment!
I'm sixteen years old, and I've been making music as long as I can remember. My parents got me my first drum set when I was four. My singing career started at age seven, when my sister and I did my first musical theatre show. I've also learned piano, and taught myself guitar and bass. Oh, and I practice beat-boxing more than my parents would prefer.  I've been recording my own songs and covers of my favorite songs using Apple's Logic software. I started busking on busy streets and at street faires when I was thirteen, and performing at community events whenever I had the chance. I just got a loop station so I'm using it to incorporate harmonies and rhythm into my live performances. Just before my sixteenth birthday, I finished and released my debut EP, "Now in Control," which features four songs which I wrote, recorded, and produced.

I'm really grateful to everybody who has supported my music over the years — the people who encouraged my performance in theatre or when I've gotten a gig — and who tossed a buck or a fiver in my guitar case when I'm belting my heart out.  Now with patreon, I'm thinking this will support my habit of purchasing more musical equipment!

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