Congratulations To Love, Peace And Happiness

Monday, April 22, 2019

Remaining dedicated 25 years to anything positive is admirable. To keep the core of an original musical group intact for 25 years takes talent, understanding, spiritual likeness, business skills and extreme vision.

Family support is a major part of the formula and fan support completes the equation.

A score and five, two decades and five or a quarter century could never properly portray the musical careers and times of Love, Peace and Happiness. 

To make music,  beginning as an active 70's band to 2019- is an enormous milestone. Add in over 25 years of solid friendships, great families and devotion to God. Then and only then can we can begin know the secret of LPH's longevity.

Congratulations to Love, Peace and Happiness.  Twenty-five years of class, dedication, dependability and good music.

Ron Griffin 


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