Lou Ward releases new single 'I Wanna Know What You're Thinking!'
June 20, 2014
The singer and songwriter known as Lou Ward has released his latest single, “I Wanna Know What You're Thinking!” The single has been released worldwide with an official music video. A funky, groovy track with elements of soul, R 'n' B and Motown, “I Wanna Know What You're Thinking!” is a song with which anyone can relate.
Ward cites as main artistic influences such legends as Smokey Robinson, James Brown, Al Green, Sam Cooke, and David Ruffin. Attributes of each of these can be easily discerned in his “I Wanna Know...” single, and fans of them are likely to receive the single with appropriate enthusiasm.
Asked to elaborate on the themes of his new single, Lou Ward writes, “The key to a healthy relationship is communication. The most important key to relationship communication is emotional listening. This involves telling each other what's really on your mind, what you are thinking. This connecting is the foundation of knowing how to show up for each other and allow the relationship to blossom and thrive.”
Ward has been singing since early childhood. His first accolade was in high school, winning the statewide Male Low Voice Competition by performing Paul Robeson's “Old Man River.” He began penning his own songs soon after. He wrote music in college as well as during his tour with the US Navy. An agent for Sony Records and the Apollo Theater heard Ward's music and Ward was nearly signed to Sony in 1992. Circumstances prevented this, and Ward dedicated himself to his wife and family to raise their children.
The music world was not done with him, however.
“The situation presented itself where I realized that a lot of guys were asking me about relationships and what makes a relationship successful,” he writes. “I thought that if I developed a system based on my experiences, others would benefit from the effort. I felt that the best way to get the message out about the importance of emotional listening would be a song, so 'I Wanna Know What You’re Thinking!' was born.”
“I Wanna Know What You're Thinking!” is available online worldwide beginning 21 June 2014.
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