“My world comes alive in music and love.”
Pondering the mystery and magic of love, Makhoul needs no words to say what our hearts tells us is true: it’s all worth it.
A few years ago, dance floors, radios and millions of iPods were going crazy, seeming to celebrate the madness of getting caught in a “Bad Romance.” Fortunately, in a world where so many have given in to hopelessness and bitterness, there are still those who dare to dream of greater things and brighter days. Consider Toni Makhoul’s masterful new collection Eternal Love the uplifting instrumental antidote to the cynicism of Lady GaGa’s #1 hit. The dynamic 16 track set is the follow-up to his well received, similarly beautiful 2007 debut Letter To My Love.
Having experienced the beauty and enduring force of true love, the Lebanese born and based composer and multi-instrumentalist shares the intimacy of a world, he says, “that comes alive in music and love.” Makhoul captures our collective romantic imagination on melodic and flowing, lushly arranged tunes that reflect the multitude of emotions love entails—sadness, joy, the rapture of new love and the heartbreak of broken dreams and expectations. Pondering the mystery and magic of love, Makhoul needs no words to say what our hearts tells us is true: it’s all worth it.