Thanks to Dave Combs for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!"
Dave is an engineer, musician, and composer of the memorable music, "Rachel's Song." His first-ever song, composed at age 33, Rachel's Song, has been played millions of times. This enchanting music changed his life and the lives of thousands of others. According to numerous testimonials, the soothing quality of "Rachel's Song" can have therapeutic effects.
It was a real privilege to meet Dave and learn the story behind Rachel's Song. Since writing Rachel's Song, Dave has composed more than 120 songs and has produced 15 albums with studio musician Gary Prim.
If you would like to learn more, Dave tells all in his book, "Touched by the Music: How the Story and Music of Rachel's Song Can Change Your Life." Available at Dave's website: www.combsmusic.com and Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/3wJfZtm
Please join us for this 20-minute interview. Dave also asked me to tell you that a free mp3 download of Rachel's Song is available at his website www.combsmusic.com
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