JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI’S “MY HEART CAN’T BREATH” EXTRACTS EMOTION’S OF REJECTION
With emotion-fueled lyrical content, John Micheal Ferrari fabricates a heartbreak chant with the release of “My Heart Can’t Breathe.” Inspired by an aged photo that captures himself with a loved one, Ferrari sings, “They’ll never be an almost over you, a place to go where light shines through.”
"My Heart Can't Breathe" was recorded in Nashville at Larry Beaird Studios and produced by Pepper Jay whom Ferrari has a previous co-producing history and describes Ferrari's style as “poetry and stories put to music with unique retro sounds and emotionally piercing lyrics.” The single is a teaser for what’s come; an album with the same title expected to release January of 2022.
Ferrari was born in Los Angeles, California and spent much of life writing lyrics creating tunes that inspire. He has won multiple awards including Crossover Artist of the Year 2021 by the New Music Awards, Triple A Album of the Year 2020 for album “Be the Smile on Your Face” by Producers Choice Honors, Rising Star of the Year 2020 by eZWay Magazine Gala, Singer Songwriter of the Year 2019 by the Producers Choice Honors, and many more.
To learn more about the singer/songwriter, author, and entertainer, check out his website; https://johnmichaelferrari.com/about/. You can follow his journey on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.