a Singer, Composer, Performer and Teacher who
is Dedicated to Building a Community through
Sound and Voice Amazingly
diverse, Jerry has an extensive background in
both ancient singing styles and contemporary
music. Over and above his 'mainstream' resume,
Jerry has 20 years experience leading thousands
of people in Kirtan (the devotional singing
of sacred sounds).
1988, Jerry suffered a brain injury in a pedestrian
accident causing him to lose many of his innate
singing and musical abilities. The injury shattered
his entire sense of Self and created gaps in
his memory and cognitive thinking processes.
a part of his healing journey, Jerry discovered
techniques of Harmonic Overtone Singing,
where the voice creates three or more sounds
simultaneously. These techniques are known for
their profound healing effects in many spiritual
traditions such as Tibetan Buddhism and by the
Shamans of Tuva.