Recently played on the #1 Rock station 95.5 KLOS, "The Invisible Man" was coined as the magnum opus of Cole Son. Singer and Songwriter who came to America thirty years ago from South Africa to pursue his dreams as an artist.
With more than Two Thousand Songs written, the artist finally got the help he needed to complete his album now on spotify. "A Few Lifetimes Ago". An Epic journey into the soul of an underdog who had given it his all and had never given up no matter the resistance and challenges he faced.
Three times, Cole Son packed his whole life in his car and drove to Nashville, Tennessee where he wrote many songs and played songwriters nights but he never made the right connections and because of circumstances beyond his control had to return to Los Angeles every time after only five to six months in Nashville.
Through his ups and downs and having been destroyed in Africa losing everything in the mining business he ended up on a remote farm in South Africa where after months of cleansing, he made a bonfire and burned Eight Hundred of his songs.
One month later, Cole Son wrote "One Hundred songs" in a Single Month. Always driven by story and never able to escape the enless stream of words and melodies in his head, Cole Son had been called the Shakepeare of music by an intuitive psychic who told him he was channeling a poet from another lifetime.
A lightworker connected to spirit, he had always written very deep meaningful songs about heartbreak, loneliness, "Angels, Heaven, the devil and the Moon", the title of one of his songs.
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