World Traveled Singer, Songwriter, Humanitarian Plays Local Venue, Message of Peace, Love, and Charity
SPRING HILL – Patrons of a local Hookah lounge enjoyed the sounds of singer, songwriter, humanitarian, Brian Ernst, during a one-night show at the Euphoria Emporium on Kass Circle.
Brian and his wife Katie travel the world, spreading their message of peace, love, and charity to those living in third-world countries. Brian says he and Katie have played in 49 states and 35 countries over the last 10 years but it’s not just for the fame, fortune and glory.
During an interview before last night’s show, Brian says, “It’s about being part of something that is bigger than yourself. Some people measure success by how much money they make but we measure it by how happy we are.”
Brian and Katie started the non-profit, www.journy4youth.org to help women and children living in impoverished nations, receive microloans, clothing, shoes, and even develop clean drinking water.According the organization’s vision, “We desire to live in a world in which we all take responsibility for the well-being of each other; where the poor can be empowered, the hungry are fed, the children educated and the sick and lonely cared for. We desire to live in a world in which people believe that the health of the land is directly related to the health of the people.”
Several years ago, the couple converted a van and two school buses to run on waste vegetable oil, but Brian says the projects are too difficult to continue because the conversions are only possible on vehicles 20-years old or earlier.
For more information on Brian Ernst, his music, and the couple’s humanitarian efforts, follow this link: www.brianernstmusic.com
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