Welcome to My House


By Luc and the Lovingtons
Released 2009
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“Welcome to My House”, a collaboration between non profit Voices of the Children and band Luc and the Lovingtons, features American teens and Syrian refugee youth singing a cross-cultural message of joy, love and peace. The video was filmed on site at the Za’atari Refugee Camp and Wadi Rum in Jordan as well as in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, USA.

Most of the youth, participants and locations featured in the video were apart of a greater on-going program created by Voices of the Children which provides free arts classes and cross cultural collaborations between Syrian and American teens. This organization’s powerful work can be seen here:


Luc and the Lovingtons, who travelled to the Za’atari Refugee Camp as teaching artists for Voices of the Children, provided art and song writing courses to Syrian youth. The band also has an ongoing humanitarian tour called The Goodness Tour: Music and Art for People Facing Adversity.


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Luc and the Lovingtons are a World-Soul-Reggae band who uses a multi-sensory approach to fuse the colors of love with the musical notes that move the soul. The band is known for their high-energy live shows, live painting and their authentic and powerful message. Their songs cut to the core in the likes of artists such as Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder and India Arie. They come with a sincerity and class that leaves all listeners touched with an undeniable feel-good-ness. Rich vocal harmonies embedded in a jambalaya of Roots Reggae, Afro Pop, Motown and Soul, Luc and the Lovingtons are truly an inspiring and refreshing group that has sent their love around the world and back, and continues to receive the love and warmth of fans from all walks of life.

“Luc and the Lovingtons are one of my new favorite groups, I think they’re one of the most heart-centered bands out there today.” – Jason Mraz