ABOUT STEPHEN

Since his first album release, Seeds of Peace, in 1980, through his current CD (11th) Flow, Stephen has established himself as an inspired performer and veteran poet/spokesman of the times.  He has authored “The Art of Peace” (New Paradigm Books) and “The Call to Interfaith”, and has performed and spoken widely across the US and abroad. “Flow” is a selection of original orchestrated, melodic guitar compositions with guest recording artists.  The featured track is “Jerusalem Prayer”, which has become the soundtrack for a film in development by that same title which forms the foundation for The Jerusalem Prayer Project,a music, film, and multimedia venture, of which Stephen is the founder and executive director/producer.

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This year, in the 50th commemoration of Dr. King’s death, and the 55th Anniversary of the Great March, and during Black History Month (February), Stephen has recorded his song, with full band, ”We Carry the Dream”, as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A Stephen L. Fiske/Videocratic Media Inc. production made possible through funding by Unity-and-Diversity World Council

LATEST MUSIC

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Reviews

FLOW

“Tonight at 11:58 I am sitting here listening to your new CD… Shalom As-salāmu ʿalaykum Dona Nobis Pacem (Translation: Peace, Peace be upon you, Grant us peace)
To you, Stephen, it is beautiful.”
~ Carolfrances Likins

Flow

“I highly recommend “Flow,” a new instrumental album by my friend Stephen Longfellow Fiske. Stephen is not only a gifted musician, but also a deeply committed peace activist and interfaith minister. His lovely music beautifully conveys the spirit of peace to which he has dedicated his life.”
~ Anthony Manousos

Flow

“Flow weaves its spell from the very first haunting notes of Jerusalem Prayer.  This impressive collection of original orchestrated songs from Stephen Longfellow Fiske showcases his innovative compositions and artful musicianship. Enhanced by a circle of other very talented musicians and performers, Flow evokes deep emotions, culminating in the beautiful Peace of Prayer, which caps off a sublime, moving, and enjoyable listening experience.”
~ Stephen Rohde, author and human rights activist

‘Flow’
Reviews on Flow