â€œThereâ€™s a feeling that we get from music like no other. When we step on a stage, sing a song, or play our instruments we get a jolt of adrenaline and everything starts to feel right. We love our fans and our bandmates.. playing music, whether to help others in need, or please ourselves is the greatest feeling on earth. We are so grateful that we have the gift of music in our lives!â€
Thirteen year old twins Milo and Julian, aka the Sposato Brothers, have been on a very interesting journey lately. Integrating their music careers with community service has always been at the top of their list. Their performances for the â€˜Walk to Defeat ALSâ€™, â€˜Kirpatrick House for Youth Offendersâ€™, â€˜Thanksgiving,For the Homelessâ€™, â€˜Boys and Girls Club of Americaâ€™, and countless school and church benefits have helped them realize the connection between the music they create and the world they live in. Their ability to reach people through music and bring joy, hope and happiness to others who are in need has been a focal point of their lives and music career. Nothing however, could have prepared them for what happened last November!
THE HUGE ADVENTURE:
â€œMy dad came to us one day, and told us he had set up a tour.. and was taking us out of schoolâ€¦ for TWO MONTHS!â€, said Milo. â€œWe had already done a small tour in Europe that summer, so we were kind of surprisedâ€, said Julian. â€œPlus, leaving school for two months? WOW!â€ But when they discovered where they were going and what they were about to do, they really hit the floor. â€œHe told us we were going to Nepal and India, and we were going to work with orphanages and schools, teaching, donating money, donating instruments and putting on benefit concerts to raise funds for school supplies and clothing. We were stunned!â€, relates Julian.
â€œIt was like going back in time,â€ Milo said. â€œThey used wooden plows. And they had this caste system where no one is equal. They were really poor, but everybody accepted us into their family.â€