Shane Bojarski, also known as Peoria’s love and peace guitar star, was born and raised in AZ; home of the all-famous Jordan Sparks! Recently, Shane moved to a new city in Arizona known as Glendale. Since his parent’s colorful town-house apartment is located beside the Cardinal Stadium; the young songwriter is in the middle of a never-ending entertainment hotspot. Shane is the youngest sibling in a family of four, consisting of his father, Kurt Bojarski, his mother, Darlene Bojarski, and his sister, Amanda Bojarski-Phillips. He attends school with the Coyotes, also known as Centennial High. Shane is proud that his school is known for its accelerating GPA records, spirited students, and the most outstanding football team in Arizona.
At age 11, Shane decided to share the passion of music with his dad, starting with playing the drums in Desert Harbor Elementary’s school band. He enjoyed music so much that when he began 6th grade, he urged his father to teach him how to play a diverse string instrument; the guitar. As his interest in music excelled, the 12 year old noticed the many tunes Kurt and Amanda were writing and recording in the studio every evening, located in the family’s house. Floored by the newly unique sensation Shane felt by listening to the rhythmic melodies and harmonies of his sister and father, he felt songwriting was the piece of the puzzle he was missing. Immediately, the guitar player took lessons from the talented duo and sat-in every night trying to help write and record the music. Shane became so intrigued with starting to write and record music that he began doing it on his own little by little.
Finally, from age 14 to 17, the new songwriter decided to work on his vocal techniques with special classes to improve his musical gift. Now to this very day, Peoria’s love and peace guitar star has written numerous songs, with his idols, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, and Colbie Caillat in mind. Throughout his lyrics, Shane drops hints of shared valuable life lessons he believes can help others. To change the world would take one step at a time, but Shane Bojarski claims he would do it to provide everlasting happiness.
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