The goal of The Silver Snails is to create the world’s finest pop rock, and to open hearts through sound, light, and word. A joint Italian and US venture between lead singer Lucas Ward and his wife Elisa Fantini, The Silver Snails take their inspiration from their home in the wine country of Romangna, Italy, yet at the same time they create contemporary pop-rock for a global audience.
Most musicians seem to to all in, chasing their dreams, from a young age, before having to give up when real life gets in the way. Stephen Winston however put his musical pursuits to one side, choosing instead to focus on working in the corporate and communcations world, and is now able to spend all of his time making music. He taught himself to play piano and guitar while at college, and after his retirement he built a state-of-the-art studio at his longtime home, in Littleton Colorado, and another at his new home, in Rancho Santa Fe, California.
Following on from our piece about Roger O’Donnell and Julia Kent a few weeks back, and also our more recent piece about the Post Romantic Empire Album, come the following videos for Roger and Julia’s pieces, ‘Marke’ and ‘Tristan’ (both from ‘Tristan and Isolde’), and ‘Il Regno Dei Morti’ and ‘La Ninfa’, from ‘Orpheus and Eurydice’.