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Saint Lucia – December 4, 2019 – Life, the most unexpected ride. Last year Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer’s was just that when he learned his 18-year-old son Brandon had passed in a car accident. Since then, the mourning father has put his energy towards not only capturing what Brandon meant to him and keeping his spirit alive but also the importance of the relationship a father has with his son.
It was January 20, 2018. A date Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer will never forget as he got the news every parent fears, his son was gone. To ease the pain and to channel his emotions into something productive, Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer took to writing new music. Brandon the inspiration behind every word, note, and melody from that point on, especially when “That’s What Fathers Do For Their Sons” started to take shape. The Country Folk artist notes this single isn’t just about his relationship with his son, but speaks to a more universal idea, “Fathers should always play a major role in nurturing the development of their sons and helping them to become responsible, mature and outstanding adults in every society.”
Bitten by the music bug at a very early age, Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer has been a disciplined student of the art of constructive songwriting. He has fine-tuned his songwriting skills to amass numerous genres of music, ranging from Reggae. Rock, Pop, Country, R&B and Christian, a feat not easily achieved by other songwriters. More importantly, he strives to express positive, lifechanging messages through his lyrics. It can only be said he is a fresh gem in the music industry, with melodies expressive of memorable standards that will live for decades to come.
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After a tragic car accident took his only son, Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer found a bit of solace penning about not only the beauty of their relationship but that of all fathers and sons in “That’s What Fathers Do for Their Sons.”
Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer