Guitars, Purpose, and A Higher Power
Runson Willis III stops by The Immersioneer Project to play music off his new record Colored Musics. In between songs, Clancey and Runson talk about the power of music, finding your purpose, and learning how to trust in life's invisible design.
- 0:00 - 0:30 Runson's musical beginnings
- 0:30 - 0:45 Runson Jams (light conversation between songs)
- 0:45 - 1:15 Clancey and Runson talk Purpose, Religion, Callings, and God
Runson's music at: 4:00, 18:33, 25:45, 29:00, 33:15, 41:00, 1:02:40
- Intuition and The Inner Knower
- The Art of the Jam
- Needs vs Wants
- Overcoming religious "baggage"
- The navigation of the heart
- Re-manifesting oneness
"You put a funky beat behind the truth and the masses will listen."
-Runson Willis III
ABOUT THE GUEST
Runson Willis III - "With over 10 years of experience with the guitar combined with his extensive performing and touring record, Runson Willis III is finally ready to embark on his solo career. The Los Angeles based artist, calls on his idles, Isaac Hayes, Aretha Franklin, Willie Guthrie and Willie Nelson as constant reminder of the level of greatness he is working toward. With roots in the deep south, you can hear the soul in every lyric he sings and note he plays."
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