212 – Steve Sinatra Part 2: Working with Hunter Hayes, Source-Science-Sound, Rediscovering the Love of Music
Accomplished drummer and spiritual teacher Steve Sinatra has dedicated fifteen plus years to making his living as a full time professional studio and touring musician. He’s toured and shared the stage with many nationally recognized artists such as Sarah Buxton, Pat Green, Richard Marx, Vertical Horizon, Billy Gilman, Joe Nichols, Little Big Town, Hunter Hayes and many others.
After spending ten plus years performing with these notable artists, he had achieved the dream that he embarked on as a child. Still feeling unsatisfied and unfulfilled, he was inspired to dig deeper as to why. That tough question lead him to spending the last four years examining and finding answers to some of life’s tough questions. As he refines and organizes the information, he roots to it through self experience and teaching it to others. The unique blend of experiences and teaching modalities he uses are all linked to three categories, Source, Science, and Sound.
www.sourcesciencesound.com is also the website where Steve can be found offering a resource for those asking the same tough questions.
In this 2nd episode, Steve talks about:
- Asking the question, “Am I a session player or am I a live player?”
- Working with Hunter Hayes
- Explaining the “perspective paradigm” and how t effects us
- Rediscovering the Love of Music