Ambrose is a multimedia artist and writer living near Alaska. ''Waiting over forty years to compose music naturally, I desired to write songs since the seventies when hearing amazing music for the very first time in my life. I prayed for the ability.
When I was young I liked serious and timeless music and had no real interest or patience with frivolity; was just old for my age. Yet so very far it was to reach that state of authentic music and especially with no one being musical in the family, I thought it would never happen and I knew I was not to force it. The only songs that spun in my head were my favorite ones on radio and I wasn't keen on plagiarizing.
In my early life I was obsessed with music and I drowned myself in it and I learned some secrets from climbing inside so many songs and the mind of the writers. So it served me well as a lonely child and it is now, though I almost gave up on ever composing. Then one sorrowful night it came over me and I stayed up until the wee hours to finish my first song when I was 29... that first song was worthy of any emotional struggle and I strongly sensed I discovered something; but then I never completed any songs for another seventeen years.
Again without warning, it happened and I translated my emotions into words and melody. Then I had more songs come to me the same week. Then they would not stop coming and I could not even shower without a song interrupting me; that was an intense year. I did songs while working, while driving, and even sometimes while dreaming.
In 2018 I had over fifty songs roughed out waiting on my shelf and another thirteen singles produced. I decided to complete my instrumental album before my vocal album which is a providential blessing the way things unfolded. It is 79 minutes long and I always promised myself that if I wrote songs, they would be long enough to never need to rewind and good enough that few would care.
The first hours I posted the news on a song writing site, this wonderful station graciously contacted me. I am finishing my original vocal album and working on newer songs right now. I know if I never am able to write another song, I have enough of them to keep me busy the rest of my life. Of course I want to write many more as my spirit moves me. I wait for my songs to write themselves and it is the highest form of expression I have ever known within the arts.''