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Rising Star Scott Howard: “I feel it is my mission to work with people and share positive messages of love, light and compassion that is available to all beings in this reality”

One trial of life I wasn’t prepared, or wanted to be tested with, was the passing of my son Maxx. It broke every fiber of my soul to see him go, but from that I’ve been able to elevate my consciousness to profound levels. It’s why I record and perform on the healing frequency of […]


One trial of life I wasn’t prepared, or wanted to be tested with, was the passing of my son Maxx. It broke every fiber of my soul to see him go, but from that I’ve been able to elevate my consciousness to profound levels. It’s why I record and perform on the healing frequency of 432 Hz, instead of the standard 440 Hz. It’s why I perform and record my journey, in hopes of elevating the world to a higher vibration. I feel it is my mission to work with people and share positive messages of love, light and compassion that is available to all beings in this reality.


As part of my series featuring the rising stars in the music industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Scott Howard. Scott Howard is riding a musical wave on a path to enlightenment, with his latest album ‘Ascended Man’ tuned to 432 Hz, the same frequency as the formerly ascended genius’ of our world such as Mozart, Beethoven and Bach. His sound, though, is not classical; Scott Howard’s music is a fine-tuned cornucopia of rock, adult contemporary and pop with soul inspiring lyrics under a smooth harmonious voice reminiscent of Cat Stevens or Crosby, Stills & Nash. Catchy and vibrant, anyone looking for depth and spirit will vibe with the various tunes on Howard’s album, although a closer look will provide a glimpse into a world of intricate philosophies, ancient secrets, and a boatload of mystery.


Thank you so much for joining us Scott! Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path?

Playing music was as prominent in my childhood as my resonating curiosity for the unknown. My 8-year-old self and my friends formed a band, we called ourselves the “Gemini 6.”

My curiosity led me to always look up to space or heavenly realms. My uncle Ray worked for NASA, and if you let him, he’d speak about the realities and mysteries of our universe. It was captivating to hear him speak. He would point to the sky and say, “see that moving light…that’s one of ours. See the other one… that is not.” I always wondered what the “That is not” meant.

Can you share the most interesting story that occurred to you in the course of your music career?

Music was always my safe harbor for ways to express myself. When my parents divorced at 13, music was my life preserver. Now, it’s my vessel for communicating the sort of ascension I’ve gone through. The Loss of my Son Maxx was filtered by weeks of cathartic writing of some of my best music in 432 Hz. After my third album I bought a Nikon P900 and it changed my life. Capturing a “moment in time” …a photograph has a similar effect to a lyric in a song…therefore, a deeper impact and understanding for what’s been recorded. Things that often go unseen debut themselves in a photographic image at an ever-changing frequency, which the eye does not pick up… As a picture is worth 1,000 words… these images have brought a benefiting influence on my music and lyrics.

One album, as a teen that placed me on the journey, I am on was Cat Stevens’ “Tea for the Tillerman.” The lyrics were as benevolent as the red bearded man on the cover. The artwork on the cover was just as important as the music. Cat’s voice is a sleeping giant of power too. That enthralling album was one of many that made me want to pursue music. From a young age I knew I wanted to make MY OWN “Tea for The Tillerman.” I hope I have done this with my third album “Ascended Man.”

What are some of the most interesting or exciting projects you are working on now?

I just finished recording a BRAVO TV show. It’s for the new 12th season. I recorded with my band on a rooftop “a la Beatlesque” performing “Ascended Man” at 432 Hz which will broadcast in October. Now my time is filled with preparing for my tour. I have a wonderful worldwide fan base and it seems I will be meeting many of them soon!

Who are some of the most interesting people you have interacted with? What was that like? Do you have any stories?

Of the interesting people that have guided me on my musical journey I couldn’t be where I’m at without my producer Marc Tanner. We have collaborated on all the music I’ve written, and he seems to know what I need before I do. He’s such a compassionate fellow as well, when we first met, he amiably outstretched his arms for a hug as if I was a friend from childhood.

The second person is my sound engineer, Dave Thoener. Located in Nashville, he was given my raw tape from “Ascended Man” and was ecstatic at the thought of working with me. As he’s told me, he finally found a sound that he immediately fell in love with.

I look forward to collaborating with the world as the higher the frequency we become, the greater chance we get to work with the most important spirit…. SOURCE.

Which people in history inspire you the most? Why?

I’m inspired by the ones that were transfixed to make a difference for the good of man. The ones who preached for love and peace but also tried to make the world more hospitable for every person. Jesus, Thoth, Tesla, JFK and JFK Jr. are on my list of inspirational people.

You are a person of great influence. If you could start a movement that would bring the most amount of good for the most amount of people, what would that be? You never know what your idea can trigger. 🙂

One trial of life I wasn’t prepared, or wanted to be tested with, was the passing of my son Maxx. It broke every fiber of my soul to see him go, but from that I’ve been able to elevate my consciousness to profound levels. It’s why I record and perform on the healing frequency of 432 Hz, instead of the standard 440 Hz. It’s why I perform and record my journey, in hopes of elevating the world to a higher vibration. I feel it is my mission to work with people and share positive messages of love, light and compassion that is available to all beings in this reality.

The “Ascended Man” album is kind of the beginning of my journey. I want to perform my music at 432 Hz at high energy, holy sites throughout the world. Sacred locations like Giza, Red Rock, Sedona, Mount Shasta, Mt. Sinai, Stonehenge, Nazca Lines and Joshua Tree. With songs like, “Come with Me” and “Life’s not Easy”. I hope to “AWAKEN” others to the power we all have over our lives. To remember that we all are worth more than gold, that we’re priceless. And I hope to establish a movement for change where we are the “SOURCE” of light in the world.

Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out”?

Write only about what you love or hate. Perform what you want to bring to the world. Simply, what will serve the highest good for as many people possible. Don’t do too many things at once, take one step at a time. And always believe in yourself; as I say, what the mind can conceive it will achieve and thus, the higher you vibrate, the easier it is to manifest.

Is there a person in the world, or in the US whom you would love to collaborate with, and why?

When my son was taken from me last August, I spent two weeks in my studio writing music, one song that came out of it was “Broken.” It is a deep heartfelt song that I feel would be a perfect duet for Eric Clapton and myself, because both of us have lost sons. His lead guitar would make this song an anthem for those who’ve faced loss. The other musician that I resonate with is Cat Stevens. His lovely melodies and witty song writing are something I aspire to. I hope my music may have the same effect with my fans.

How can our readers follow you on social media?

I can be reached on:

scotthowardmusic.com

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