This only represents the last week worth of Yanni related texts, never mind the last year. #myking (Taken with Instagram)
Wait, if I wrote a piece entitled “My Open Letter to Yanni,” would Thought Catalog publish it?  Trick question, Thought Catalog publishes anything as long as I sound white and whiney enough.

This only represents the last week worth of Yanni related texts, never mind the last year. #myking (Taken with Instagram)

Wait, if I wrote a piece entitled “My Open Letter to Yanni,” would Thought Catalog publish it?  Trick question, Thought Catalog publishes anything as long as I sound white and whiney enough.

So, I wrote an article about Yanni today.  It includes some biographical information you may be unaware of.  Allow me to educate you:


On November 14, 1954, the newest of the Greek pantheon was born in Kalamata, Greece. The offspring of Apollo (god of music and all things fantastic) and Aphrodite (goddess of love, beauty and sexuality), Yanni is actually the eighth wonder of the natural world. He taught himself how to play piano and graced his family with recitals before he could even read music. He moved to America to attend college at the University of Minnesota where he sought after a degree in psychology – to better understand the hearts and minds of mere mortals, perhaps?

So, I wrote an article about Yanni today.  It includes some biographical information you may be unaware of.  Allow me to educate you:

On November 14, 1954, the newest of the Greek pantheon was born in Kalamata, Greece. The offspring of Apollo (god of music and all things fantastic) and Aphrodite (goddess of love, beauty and sexuality), Yanni is actually the eighth wonder of the natural world. He taught himself how to play piano and graced his family with recitals before he could even read music. He moved to America to attend college at the University of Minnesota where he sought after a degree in psychology – to better understand the hearts and minds of mere mortals, perhaps?