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McDonough, GA
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About Craig Maxim:

I am a singer/songwriter/musician (guitar and keyboard) originally from Jacksonville, Florida but now living in the Atlanta area. My professional music career, began at the age of 12 years old, when I was taken out of school to tour across the country in my mother's band for 6 years, first as a roadie and then as a performer.

From the age of 18 until now, I have performed as a solo act as well as formed several successful bands. I have entertained across the country, with audiences reaching 10,000 fans in number, and internationally as well, including a series of performances in Seoul, South Korea for more than 10,000 people, over several shows, at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Seoul's largest and most prestigious performing arts venue.

Above all, I believe that music has the power to heal and open hearts and minds. It is a universal language, which is understood regardless of language barriers, through emotion and the vibration of pitch and tone.

In fact, according to "String Theory" which may be like the holy grail of physics, uniting both Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, all matter at the sub atomic level, is actually made of "strings" that vibrate in differing ways to compose matter. In other words, all matter may be made of the same substance, but "vibrates" in different ways to produce the variations we see in matter. As any musician knows, it is "vibrations" which produce sound itself, and makes music possible. So, the universe itself, may in fact be, one giant and incredibly beautiful symphony.

"My friend, you and I, are "movements" in the most complex and moving "symphony" ever composed!"

- Craig Maxim