• 2018-07-03

BACK TO THE BACKBEAT OF SERENDIPiTY 

In the U.K., they're called "repeats". 

Here in North America, we call them "re-runs".  

At our office, we see the summer months as an opportunity to scale back, work on new initiatives for the fall, but also stay in touch by re-visiting some of the more popular and still relevant posts from the past two or three years.   

Through July and August, you can expect these summer re-runs to be posted every two weeks as our team gets ready to launch an entirely new project in the fall. 



One such post featured a Staten Island drummer who was propelled by one chance encounter that opened multiple doors to begin touring the world with some of the biggest names in rock.  

Life is not a series of meaningless accidents or coincidences, but rather a tapestry of events that eventually reveal a clear, meaningful path.

Webster's Dictionary defines "Serendipity" as the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way. The actual term was coined by Horace Walpole in 1754 after an unexpected discovery he had through a Persian fairy tale. 



Serendipity was the catalyst that led to the discoveries of gravity, penicillin, the microwave oven and the post-it note. And thanks to a veteran rock and roll drummer, the magic of serendipity is being kept alive and kicking through the work he now performs with audiences all over North America. 

Grab a front row seat and go Back to the Backbeat of Serendipity with musician and inspirational speaker Sandy Gennaro on The Reinvention Chronicles.



          Miracles happen everyday, change your perception of what a miracle is and you'll see them all around you.   JON BON JOVI






p.s…. if you've ever wondered what drummers talk about when they get together, here is Sandy Gennaro having a sit-down and a verbal jam session with former KISS stick man Peter Criss.



p.p.s And when you're as well connected as Sandy is, you get to travel the world with these Rock 'N Roll icons.  

You can follow more of his stories on Sandy's Facebook page




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