(Apple Valley) — The Seattle Café Tour and the Northwest debut of the divinely inspired “Soul Injection” CD by independent SoCal recording artist Maggie Vee and Soul Pattern Project is complete.
Described as a “Musical painting,” “An Inspiring beautiful acoustic musical landscape,” and “Prayer and meditation manifest in sound,” Maggie Vee notes that, “At its divine inception this music was meant to be shared. We want to thank everyone in the Seattle area that helped us with our musical mission: Locol Barley & Vine, West Seattle; Washington Sips, LaConner; Pressgang, LaConner; Pasek Cellars, Mount Vernon; Jack & The Old Triangle, Seattle;
Debbie Gray, Issaquah; Mike & Cecelia, Issaquah; Jean Mann, Seattle; Eastside Harley Davidson, Bellevue; Chip at Emerald City Chiropractic on Phinney Ridge.”
“We enjoyed spending time in the beautiful surroundings and we are already making plans to return in August and again in the Fall. We want to get together again with our Seattlemusical family and make new friends.”
Maggie Vee’s divinely inspired music can be heard at www.maggievee.us and soon at your favorite local Seattle hang-out and radio station.
Available now for in-studio, phone or print interviews regarding a great human and spiritual interest story of life changing proportions. Searching for life’s purpose after the death of her husband, singer/songwriter Maggie Vee encounters three nights of divine musical creation on an instrument she does not play, the result is what she calls the “Guitar Story.”
Find out how obedience to the creator leads to a ministry that at every turn gives hope and inspires fellowship to both audience and performer.
Follow this story through the making of a music CD and find out what prayer and meditation is doing today on a new instrument – the piano.