‘Hang tight, because things will change and you are inspiring someone by being you and not being afraid to be you. And that is contagious.’
In this episode Aris discusses the pain and inspiration behind grief which has been woven throughout his life, be it through the loss of his mother, his friend Ari Gold amongst others. He reveals the importance of being authentic as an artist, and the importance of empathy.
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Aris can be found over at https://www.youtube.com/user/ArisZiagos (YouTube), https://twitter.com/arisziagos (Twitter), https://music.apple.com/us/artist/aris/1450455580?fbclid=IwAR0miYJs-RP2Sh4anXDg1HEHTcFUi8QvgrRJYofMVvm34P9J4YcH3YoqMZA (Apple Music), https://www.instagram.com/arisziagos/?hl=en (Insta)
Alumni Vincent DiGeronimo recommended Aris for the pod. Hear his episode https://inthekeyofq.com/episode/vincent-digeronimo (here).
Coming next Quesday is In the Key of Q composer and singer, Paul Leonidou.
Dan Hall is a TV, film and audio producer whose credits include the podcast series ‘Been There Done That with Susan Osman’, ‘Cher and the Loneliest Elephant’ and ‘Freddie Mercury: The Final Act’. Support this podcast