The Global Movement transcends generational, racial and geographical boundaries as they eclectically mix every genre of music that will excavate emotions within you, you did not even know you had. TGM's influences include The Police, Jimi Hendrix, The Roots, Ben Harper, Ronald Bruner, Linkin Park, Bach, Herbie Hancock, Lauryn Hill and Michael Franti & Spearhead, to name a few. Often, people try to put The Global Movement into a box, but TGM has proven they both prefer and comfortably rest on top of the box of social and artistic norms that serve as a spring board into a world starving for creativity and authenticity; TGM is the answer to the call. TGM's sound is authentically stitched together by a single, unifying thread that sews up any wounded heart who hears them. TGM has opened up for such acts as The Last Poets, MC Lyte, and Israel Houghton. TGM is comprised of four men; a vocalist, a guitar, a drum set, and a cello. Alone, each of these organisms and objects are special, unique even. But when they collide as The Global Movement, the collision moves the listener through the ears, down to the tectonic plates of the soul. When hanging out with The Global Movement, the word that comes to mind is not "band" but "fraternity". Aside from being endowed with an extreme amount of talent and musical instinct, these dudes really love God and each other. TGM has an eclectic mix. They are spearheading a movement that musically hasn't been touched, and they draw on every genre of music to do so.