"What Have I Done?" Awaits the selection process at the International Film and Music Festival set for Orlando
From a cabinet maker to a songwriter, the first song released from a unique singer-songwriter, tender young age of over 40. Moved by inspiration to write.
By: Darrin Charles
When Darrin Charles releases his new song, using lyrics that touch on spiritual themes along with "everyday situations of life", he will take his place among the rarified air of songwriters who possess that uncommon knack for probing into both secular and spiritual themes. Charles was first recorded in 2003 in a mall recording booth in New Port Richey, Florida.
In his first song "What Have I Done?" Darrin asks his audience the vital question almost everyone ponders in their heart, "how could God love such an imperfect being like me?" And how can any of us ever deserve such kindness from the Creator of the Universe. CEO Joseph A. Camerieri of Independent label David and Goliath Publishing, LLC. "I could not wait any longer, my Spirit was moved to release it, this is a career-launching song, I have no doubt". In my circles, people agree with my analogy that it's a Spiritual prequel or point of view to the most successful Christian song "I Can Only Imagine" by Mercy Me. I am a huge fan of that song in which it brings tears to my eyes all the time as with Darrin's song too. In 2017, we finally had enough financing to record the song in Big 3 Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida with Jim "Pinky" Beaman as producer and Chief engineer and mixer, recording engineer was Mark Parfitt."
In fact, the entire body of Darrin Charles' work conjures up the image of a practical, hard-working guy who carries inside him the same questions most of us all ask ourselves, "what's really important that's out there, and how do I fit in?" And Darrin's lyrics never cast the story-teller in an arrogant light; his peers attest to his humility every time they work with Darrin.
Assimilating influences like Jason Mraz, Bob Dylan, Green Day, and the Beetles, Darrin takes on an eclectic approach when creating his next song. Carrying around inspirational songs in his heart allows him to produce musical chords audiences can readily identify with. At the time of the submission we had enough financing for the submission process, Darrin is only on Facebook at the time of this writing and slowly saving finances for a website. With nail-biting anxiety, Darrin Charles will find out March 12th if he made the selection.
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