June 20, 1997

Sherman College Student Blends Music & Chiropractic

The music stops, the guitar is put away, another song is complete and it is time to study for approaching exams. This is the life of Sherman College student and musician Bob Meliodon.

Bob, producer of the album Some Cracks in Time, has a creative side that has made his life an interesting journey. After earning his degree in fine arts, Bob went to work as an airline steward, embarking on an expedition which took him to many countries around the world. Before beginning his chiropractic career, Bob ran his own construction company. Nevertheless, the essence that has woven his life together had always been his music.

Blessed with a beautiful voice and a talented mind, Bob has written many unique songs. A lover of seafood and history, he wrote, sang and produced his first album, Annapolis, about the old naval town which he loved to explore. Academy, one of the songs on this album, was written as a tribute to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and became an official United States naval song.

The most recent album, by Bob Meliodon and the Chiropractors, is called Some Cracks in Time, and contains an assortment of songs written throughout the years. The Fellow Within and Subluxated State (The Second Law) reflect the current stage of Bob's life. He wrote, performed, arranged and produced all of the songs on the album and orchestrated them with guitar, base and keyboard. Fellow Sherman College student Marc DeFilippo provided the percussion.

Bob pays homage to the human spirit in his songs, which reflect the ups and downs and the joys and sorrows of life. His latest album is a journey through a man's soul. His creativity and his music are sure to blend beautifully with his career in chiropractic.

Dr. Pierre-Louis Gaucher-Pesleherbe, the 1996 recipient of the Association for Chiropractic History's Lee Homewood award, said ... Chiropractic, as music, is a major art. It is one that is of a fundamental nature because of the homage to the dignity of man that is made possible through it.

Music and chiropractic give Bob the opportunity to pay double homage to the dignity of man.

Some Cracks in Time by Bob Meliodon and the Chiropractors may be purchased by sending $15 to Bob Meliodon, P.O. Box 202, Converse, S.C. 29339.

For more information, call 864-578-8770, ext. 1242.


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