We will be okay…

This post is going to be hard. It’s going to be hard, but I need to make it.

The last few months have been a roller-coaster ride of emotions, and things finally came to a head in these past weeks. I never thought that I would be in this position, but I’m thankful to be here.

As some of you know, my girlfriend and I have been expecting our first child together. Finding out that we were going to be parents was an amazing feeling. I was so happy, and I was excited to be starting this new journey with my partner.

Unfortunately, our journey came to an end unexpectedly.

Our Daughter, Aria Sky, was born preterm and passed away shortly after coming into this world.

Ten fingers, and ten toes, a beauty mark on her left cheek, and a heart that wouldn’t stop. She was perfect, and she was our everything. I held her in my arms, and her tiny body was the most precious thing. But she was not meant for this world, and was called home before we got to know her.

I’ve held back from talking about what happened, and I’m still trying to get over everything. It’s been two weeks now, and I am building up the strength to talk about it. My mind has been focused on my girlfriend, and making sure she is taken care of. I deal with death and losing people differently than most people, but I have been trying to stay positive.

A big part of me is not sad, but angry at what happened. I am trying my best not to let the anger get to me, but it’s slowly fading away. I get sad once and a while, but I’m comforted that we have an angel looking over us.

I know she is in a better place, but I miss her and I wonder what she would have done…

Thanks for listening…



How to help those we love…(video)

So I was cruising around the internet last night, and I found myself on YouTube. Now, I didn’t have an agenda, or was I looking for something specific. But I was looking for ways to help my loved ones with some issues we’ve been going through, then I found this video from the good people at The School of Life.

Hope y’all Enjoy!


Life is hard, sometimes.

So it’s been some time since I’ve made a post here. I hate that I always say that, but the good news is that I’m back and writing. It’s important to come back to what you’re passionate about. No matter how long you’ve been away, if you are able to revisit your passion, consider it a blessing.

I have been neglecting my passions for a while now, but it’s been for good reasons. I’ve recently found out that I’m going to be a father, and I’ve been in the process of buying a new home. The past few months have been a whirlwind of life changing events. So I’m happy to still be on my feet when others would have been swept away. 

I’ve had challenges in these past months that I feel have changed me. I am no longer the person I was at the start of this year. I’m stronger, more driven, and ready for more challenges. I am ready to do more than I had been, and ready to work hard for the people that depend on me. Was it hard? Of course. Change is always hard, but you have to be harder. 

You have to be stronger for yourself, but mostly for the ones that depend on you. A part of becoming stronger is recognising your faults, and changing them so they are strengths.

So a part of my journey now is to recognize that I need to continue to build my strengths. As a musician it’s my job to entertain and help everyone build memories of the good times. As a musician I can do more, so I want to let you know that yes, life is hard, but don’t let the hard times stop you.


“Tell Me I’m Wrong” – Album ART!

“Tell Me I’m Wrong” – Joseph Inviere, Album Art

New Album Art for the soon to be released track!

Whats up everyone? Inviere here, and in this edition I wanted to share the artwork for a new song! I wanted to share with you the final artwork and a few details on the upcoming release. The track, “Tell Me I’m Wrong”, is something new and I’m excited to share it with everyone soon! So let’s get to it!

Recently I have been working on what I would call, “Post Production/Pre Release” part of the game. I have been working on sending the tracks to the copyright office, and completing the artwork for the song. I had finished all the fun parts of the creative process, (Writing, Recording and Performing) and now it was time to prep for release.

I would call this song an alternative acoustic song. I only have a few instruments on the track, and they were all recorded live in my home studio. This included my trusty P-Bass, and custom 808 plug-in, my acoustic-electric guitar, a vintage ibanez delay pedal, and a digitech looper! This song was a breath of fresh air for me. I felt like I was able to do something new, without overthinking it and just do what I felt was right.

So, with that being said I hope you all are excited to check out the final artwork for the track! I hope you all look forward to the song’s release! I will keep everyone posted about the release date, but make sure to follow me on Facebook, Twitter and all that stuff for more info as it happens!

Thanks for everything and I hope you have an amazing Sunday afternoon! Keep the fight alive and be safe!


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