"The beauty of the earth and all its wonderful art forms make every second of life a treasure"*

Wobbly is a multi-talented artist who excels in music, painting, singing, writing, dancing and even woodworking. Once dubbed "Mr. High on Life", his colorful high energy is like electricity as it provokes intense emotion in his audience.

Wobbly is practical and youthful. He possesses charisma and magnetism. He's been a natural artist since early youth, but has restrained himself until recently, as his creative drive is pushing him to give to the world what lies inside of him. He developed himself as a portrait painter. This year, he's gone beyond that as he fulfills his philosophical nature in the avenue of music, writing and singing. He wants to live a long life and be creative. His fulfillment will not come until he's completed the full cycle of his inborn talent. His high creativity in all areas has funneled into music where he finds himself at this time, with his artistic ability as a painter having a profound effect. It appears as if his painting background shows up in his music as he paints pictures with his words. His broad background is embraced in his inspired voice.

When Wobbly sings, you know he just doesn't say words. His singing embraces the soul, enhances the meaning of each word and incites attention, emotion, imagination and suspense. He likes his music to be of broad octave ranges. He also intends his music to tell a story. He believes it's important to be somewhat well read and that one of the best ways to make his voice better is to increase his knowledge.

Wobbly is a natural. He believes in allowing creativity to flow. This belief can be compared to the difference between a trimmed bush (neat and round) and a beautiful natural bush allowed to burst forth in its best array - free to grow. He finds balance important with a proper mixture. His awareness is superb.

All in all, he is his own self and brings out the best in all he endeavors to do as he spreads his talents out across the world like beautiful flowers.Wobbly also feels that satisfaction in the arts, largely music, could be a good avenue towards peace for mankind.

"When more people experience the euphoric ecstasy that could be obtained by sampling beautiful musical selections from rock to opera, more people will be less inclined to strife."*

* Quotes by Wobbly. Press release for Ken DeFeudis originally written by Lara Christensen, 1989