“So I just found that I was sitting down with a guitar, playing music and writing songs that helped me bring clarity.
“I felt God was speaking through that, to speak a message to me of either healing, or of encouragement.”
Not afraid to bare his soul and have it on the record, Mr Zambon says inspiration for his music is always in abundance.
“I don’t write when life is going well, but again, when I’m kind of wrestling with something, so I don’t need to find time because sometimes life happens and sadness happens, disappointment happens,” he said.
“I just seem to write naturally.”
Bringing a message of healing is Mr Zambon’s greatest hope for his music, which for the meantime, will remain as a secondary vocation.
“I don’t have any big aspirations to become huge,” he said.
“I do want more people to listen to my music because I believe in my music.
“I believe in the message, I believe it can bring healing to others, not because I write great or whatever, but I’ve heard people like that say they have received a lot of healing from it.
“So my hope is that it gets into the hands of people who need to hear it, need to be blessed by it, and kind of take it one year at a time.”
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