Canadian Music Icon Jack Lenz
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On this episode of Finding Your Bliss, we have Canadian Music Icon Jack Lenz, who has composed, arranged and produced for some of the best artists in the world.

Jack Lenz is an acclaimed and beyond talented Canadian Composer who, throughout his prolific career, has produced films and TV series and music-based feature documentaries. As well, he has composed music for motion pictures, television, documentaries, Canadian news programs and award shows. His greatest love is making music for the Baha’i Community from “We Are Baha’is” to the World Congress Music, to “Mona with the Children.”

He is best known for the Toronto Blue Jays Theme Song, “OK Blue Jays”, to the series, “Goosebumps” and his score for Mel Gibson’s film “The Passion of The Christ”. Lenz has also contributed additional music for the John Debney score for the film.

He has also written songs for Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, Buffy Sainte-Marie and the Canadian Tenors. He is also the composer for the series “Good Witch”.

His primary interest though, is to support children and families dealing with severe disabilities, and his daughter, Mercey, has given him this sense of mission for the disabled. He created the Baha’i Feasts and Holy Days Songbook, which is 33 songs for the Badíʻ Calendar. You can support this project at

Check out the inspirational music video for “Here Comes Love”:

Check out the full version of the beautiful “Go Where Love Goes” sung by Andrea Bocelli and Holly Stell:

More from Jack:

Check out One Planet Please Productions @oneplanetpleaseproductions on Instagram and Facebook.

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