This was recorded about two years ago when I was working on a podcast called “My Secular Sobriety.” The interview starts a little late because I didn’t press record when we first started. However, you can hear the interview in full on the audio version of the podcast. I will include the link in the links section of the video description.
Gabe Rosales, is a professional musician, and a sobriety and criminal justice advocate from San Juan Capistrano, California. He got sober in 2007 after serving time in prison for crimes committed during the time he was actively drinking and drugging. The experience inspired him to earn a degree in Criminal Justice with the goal to help reform the system and make the world a better place.
Gabe’s album “Vital Nonsense” came out in 2009 and is a brilliant mix of hip-hop and rock that you really need to experience to appreciate. It’s available at Amazon as an mp3 download or CD.
Full interview on audio version of the podcast: https://beyondbeliefsobriety.com/personal-stories/episode-260-gabe-rosales/
Gabe’s website: https://gaberosales.com