"Wharnsby's message is substantive, and his vocals are compelling—similar in style to Peter Yarrow and Paul Simon."—Dallas Morning News
Dawud Wharnsby's unconventional approach to writing and religion challenges how we look at our lives and the world through which we all journey.
There was nothing more to say.
There was sun-snow as I drove away.
Back home was the only place to go,
and I did not know,
I would never see her after that day.
Canadian-born Dawud Wharnsby began writing poetry, composing music, and performing in his teens. Since then he has become a voice for socially conscious and spiritually minded individuals in the twenty-first century.
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