As a cricketer, he travelled all over the world and famously bowled out Sachin Tendulkar, the Indian generally recognized as the leading batsman of all time. As well as recording extensively with his band he set up a production company and dived headfirst into the world of activism. He has produced award winning documentary films and worked with some of the leading organizations in Ireland and abroad who fight for justice, peace and the environment. He was one of the leaders of the campaign to free US army whistle-blower Chelsea Manning and went on to befriend her mother after writing a song about the Welsh-born former soldier. He also recorded a version of Bob Dylan’s ‘Masters Of War’ which has currently clocked up over 193,000 views on YouTube
“I feel there aren’t enough artists speaking out against the established powers and giving a voice to the working class, the oppressed and those in need. In this over globalized and corporatized world, there’s a very real danger that we lose what’s really important to all of us. The average everyday person is what makes this world go around in every sense. And what’s important to us is love, connection, health, family, friends, and community. I believe a small gesture of kindness can change a person’s life in a very profound and positive way and that’s what I base my philosophy on.”
‘ The Art Of Peaceful Revolution’ is dedicated to the freedom of basic human rights, protecting Mother Earth and raising social consciousness solely through peaceful means with Love & respect for all living and dead. Our goal is not to fight the old legacy systems that no longer serve our highest purpose but to build beautiful new ones where everyone can thrive and reach their highest calling making the old irrelevant.