Not to suggest that everyone needs to fall off a cliff to discover a renewed direction in life and art, but, as it turns out, it did work for Peter Katz. The accidental drop was his twisted and not a little bit painful road to making his startling upcoming album.
It has a definite feel on the whole of an ecstatic free-fall into the unknown and that’s the point.
“Every summer, I stop my music career for a couple of weeks, and I go out there, and I now run the program for part of the summer,” said Peter. “That’s also where I fell off the cliff. Like, a big cliff. I was leading a rappel, and I misused a device, and I fell almost 100 feet in about three seconds, and I broke a very rare bone to break. It was a very complicated injury and, for a long time, there was even talk of amputation, and I very well could be dead. I could be paralyzed.”
A resurgence, with newer horizons and even newer appreciation, puts perspective to betterment and energies. Peter’s single sings of joy and heartache, and hopeful triumphs ahead.
Because, the world looks different, when you know you’re at the most fragile.
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