“When you trust your wild side anything is possible!” Alec J Fischer
This website has been privileged to introduce and promote some of the brightest and most talented young people in the world. However, we have yet to feature anyone quite like Thirteen year old Alec J Fischer.
You can learn much from Alec by watching his more than enlightening and entertaining videos, and adventure along with him as he visits distant places around the world.
After recently contacting Alec’s management, Alec agreed to share his story with Rivenmaster’s Place.
Today I’m going to stray from the normal way of presenting a new artist and publish Alec’s story almost exactly as it was received. I believe his story will inspire and keep you interested to the very end. Alec is a survivalist in every sense of the word and Rivenmaster’s Place is honored to present him here.
Alec in Wilderland “Wild Washington Segment”
“According to my mom it took 17 grueling hours for me to be delivered in South Dakota. I was behind schedule and the very first reaction to my entry was my dad’s comment,
“Oh my gosh, look at his fingers!”
He said that because my fingers and toes were webbed together as if I was made for the water (something that still requires different types of surgeries as my body grows).
Following in the footsteps of artists like John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Dalton Cyr is “self-made.” Lennon and McCartney would sit in their bedroom and write songs and believed in getting as many hours of live performance as possible to perfect their craft. They didn’t sound exactly like what was currently on the radio, but instead gave their own unique perspective to their music.
Much like the Lennon/McCartney era, Dalton Cyr is taking the same approach to his music. He works continuously on his songwriting and performance skills, honing his craft. He’s chosen to give his own fresh spin on the pop rock world and it is evident that fans are welcoming the change.
Dalton Performs his original “Upsidedown” to the thrill of his fans!
Having recently attended The Prodigy Camp just outside Seattle, Washington, Dalton Cyr was chosen as one of the most promising songwriters in the world. He went to work with songwriting mentors Noah Gundersen and Kris Orlowski as others had gone before him. But when he got there with the three songs he’d written to work on, his mentors had nothing to add, saying his songs didn’t need their help. This should tell you something about the caliber of writing this young man puts out…and at the time of camp he was still only 12 years old.