The Australian singer-songwriter and musician Carla Lalli is the latest artist to be announced as a co-author of a new book on the evolution of music and its impact on society.
The book, ‘Dance For Change’, is written by Lalli, who wrote the book on dance music with DJ Steve Bousman.
Lalli will be the co-founder and publisher of the book.
In the book, Lalli discusses the evolution and impact of dance music in Australia.
“I think there is a big misconception about dance music,” Lalli said.
“People think it’s a pop song, but it’s not pop.
It’s a kind of dance that has a very specific meaning and it has a certain amount of power and meaning to it.”
Lalli, whose real name is Carla Raffaelli, first discovered dance music when she was a child.
“At the time, I had no interest in dance music, I didn’t know what to do with it,” she said.
But in her teens, she began learning the art of dance and eventually, she became a part of the music scene at Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens.
“It was all about music, and I became a member of a dance club.
At that time, there was nothing about dance, it was just a bunch of old men in masks,” Lalla said.
Lalla says dance music changed the way people understood the world.
“Dance music has given a voice to the disenfranchised and disenfranchised people, and to those who are voiceless, and it’s given an identity to those people,” she explained.
Lassi said dance music can have a powerful impact on the world in other ways.
“There’s a huge influence dance music has had on Australia in general,” she told News Corp.
“They’ve always been a part and parcel of the Australian way of life, and in the last few years, there’s been a lot of dance musicians coming up and getting into dance, particularly internationally.”
So it’s really important for us as an Australian to look at this as part of our global history and how we’re changing the world.
“In her book, Carla says dance is a great way to connect with others and that it can also be a powerful tool for social change.”
The power of dance is that it’s like an antidote to our society and it can really connect people together, and that’s something that has been lacking for a very long time,” she says.”
We’ve got to look to dance music for a way to reconnect and create a community, but also to give people a voice.
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