Once In A Lifetime: From ‘Christian Sinner’s New Album “Once In A Lifetime” …comes his hit single; [Once In A Lifetime]

01csThe long awaited album from “Christian Sinner” was to be released as a live [Once In A Lifetime] tour across Canada and the USA. However, the infamous singer songwriter was stopped in his tracks {pardon the pun} upon planning his tour and arrival to the States… he suffered a massive heart attack in late 2009. With 90% blockage to his heart. He was one of the first recipients of a ‘Cobalt telescopic implant’ by way of arthroscopic surgery – instead of the previous standard ‘open heart bypass surgery‘. Apparently… this buys the average patient 20 or more years life expectancy – provided the proper lifestyle changes are made, and age of the recipient, in this case; born June 29th 1963, Christian Sinner is now releasing what will be in conjunction with his new book of lyrics & short stories; “My Life In Music” & “Once In A Lifetime Album” 12 tracks to be published through @ ChristianSinner.com.

The Canadian Born ‘Frockin Broller’ a phrase he coined to describe his music genre, has a very unique sound. His current title track “Once In A Lifetime” is approaching top 10 in his native country, region. Ironically being from; Saint Catharines, ON Canada, According to; ReverbNationwithin a week of his new single release… Christian Sinner, is also in the top 200 across Continental America, for the first time in his 25+ year recording history, with this representing his 7th album, giving “once in a lifetime” a whole new meaning to his hit song!

Some might think his music name; “Christian Sinner” is somewhat of an oxymoron. Although, as the man himself describes in his book, upon revealing his true birth name, it really is more appropos than one thinks. One who has never shy’d away from controversy, Christian Sinner explains; “Whether you are a believer in ‘Christianity’ or not, the true definition of the name suggests that ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ hence the name is a Moot point.” End quote. As he elaborates in his book;

  • “My Life In Music”, and his free collection of over 25 free songs in celebration of 25+ years of original recordings @ ChristianSinner.com Stay tuned^^^

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9/11 Tribute Anniversary Commemorating 9/11 Tribute Revised By; Christian Sinner 9/11/2001

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JOIN MUSIC FOR THE RED CROSS 9/11 Tribute Revised by Christian Sinner 9/11/2001 in rememberance of one of the most tragic events in human history known as 9/11. Tribute Taken from Neil Young’s ‘The Needle and The Damage’ Done… and now ‘The Damage Done’; 9/11/2001. Proceeds of all music sales will go to The Red Cross, Donate to your local Red Cross+The Salvation Army.

Never Forget!