Passion for music of life and love
HE'S world-renowned for his incredible music, from the song of whales through to the gurgle and burgle of an Aussie rainforest creek.
Ken Davis is a man who expounds the virtues of love and saving our precious environment.
And why wouldn't he?
It's his passion in life.
What better vocation in life than to act as a medium to exposing people to the virtues of nature and the music hidden within?
Fingal Head residents got the chance to be up close and personal with the creative soul on Sunday.
Held at resident Fran Rabbits' home, the house was packed with people on the day.
With his own photography on the walls and his live music, it was a particular utopia.
"I see myself as an ambassador for the future," the acclaimed musician and mentor said.
"Music is a wonderful and powerful medium for everyone."
This gentle champion of the environment gets up at 5.30am every day to practice yoga and healing.
"I want to take people away from the drudge," he said.
He's done the rock band thing.
The man with a crystal grand piano has nothing to prove.
He just has a beautiful and aesthetic message.
"Love is what it's all about," he said.
From the Arcadian flutes of Pan, through to the gentle sound of a little green rainforest frog, his music reflects that message.
"There's nothing like the gift of life and of a melody," he said.