Father’s DaySarantos is an international award-winning solo music artist. singer-songwriter, proud nerd, multi-instrumentalist, book author, comic book nut, radio show host and part-time spy.
In four years, he has released 8 albums with 110 original tracks as well as 4 fiction/fantasy books that parallel the songs. Because he believes that every song is a story and words are so important to him, he hosts the Songwriters Radio Show. He continues to expand on his unique signature style with an eclectic mix of edgy experimentation tackling almost every genre imaginable.
Sarantos hosts The Songwriter Show, broadcast live on # 1 ranked W4CY Radio with listeners in all 206 countries in the world and every state in the US. The station is also licensed with ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and Sound Exchange with partnerships throughout the music industry including iHeartRadio with exposure to over 300 million listeners.
‘Father’s Day’ is one of Sarantos’ best songs. The rising passion of this piece and the instrumental complexity has the effect of completely surrounding you in the music and the moment. It has a hypnotic and addictive effect, particularly those moments that showcase the absolute high of the emotional intensity – the immense vocal reach, the cascading riffs, the whale melody, the beat, the synths, the everything about it. The song is beautiful, incredibly uplifting – so much so that the very moment it stops, the gaping void of quietness is a little too much to bear. The whole thing has a definite freshness but it also brings with it a touch of 80’s rock that has been greatly missed.
He wrote this song for his dad. And he said “Everyone has a dad, whether they know them or not. This rock song is a tribute to my dad and all the other wonderful fathers out there who love and cherish their children and make them the center of their universe.” The song lyrics and music combination are smooth and we can feel it.
So I invite all of you who love your dad to listen to this song. This song is about dad’s love and protection.