Publisher: Charlotte Keller
Released: March 24, 2008
Brian Gianelli was a musician, lyricist, composer, singer, poet, and performer who was born in Prescott, Arizona and died there in a canoeing accident at age 25. Brian firmly believed that mankind is wholly capable of functioning without government to control what human nature would inevitably bring about. From age 12, he wrote and composed songs that drew the spotlight to the corruption of governments and corporations and to the insanity of war. This book of his lyrics and poetry is published in tribute to his life and his ideals. Sales of the book go toward providing scholarships for students in all disciplines of art.