Charles Feenstra began writing music at the age of six, when his family purchased an electronic keyboard.  Soon after, he picked up the violin and saxophone, immediately displaying a natural talent for music. 

When he was 14, Charles heard Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” on the radio.  Truly a defining moment, his curiosity for popular music and lyrical poetry was born. He began teaching himself guitar and drums, and wrote his first song two years later, starting a band with his best friend Sam and brother James. 

Charles attended Berklee College of Music where he studied Classical Composition before leaving with what was diagnosed as major depression. He continued struggling with mental health and drug addiction until he began practicing yoga and meditation. Charles has since found his creative efforts inspired, and is striving everyday to make the most of his life’s work.  

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