Danielle Lowe wove her words and music together into a spellbinding composition that clearly captivated her audience.
From her start as an angel in a school play in kindergarten to Global Woman of Vision recipient, at 17, Danielle had a wealth of musical and volunteer experiences to share with the audience.
Under the guidance of her vocal coach/mentor, Wes Inaba, and mentor/mother, Vicki Lowe, a large part of her musical training involved contributing her talents and abilities to charities.
From these experiences, Danielle began to see a more profound picture of music as a powerful force that feeds her soul and has the ability to heal others. Her song “Jesse” dedicated to Little Warriors, a non-profit dedicated to fighting child sexual abuse, had an intensely healing effect on a man in her audience.
Because of her charitable and musical career, Danielle admitted to unintentionally becoming a leader/role model to young women. Through an unexpected twist of events – a very young girl became a role model for Danielle. Enter Kiera, a selfless 6-year-old she met performing at Ronald McDonald House, whose only wish was to help others.
Daneille ended with a call to action for each of us “what’s your passion, and what are you doing about it?”
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