Destiny Quibble (aka Cynthia Haring), a native of Iowa, is a poet, singer, and songwriter who sings in 14 languages and most frequently plays six and 12-string guitar during performances. She is best known for her efforts to legalize street performance in Chicago in the 1980s and for her multimedia, multicultural performances under the name of World Nation, 1991-present. Her discography includes: "The Life and Times of Destiny Quibble," a 29-year music retrospective (released in 2011) and earlier releases such as a "Public Rehearsals" EP (1983); a Fever Records 45, "She Told Me" w/ "Face of the Clock" (1985); and a song "Ohhaaa," featured on a WNUR radio compilation, "Heat from the Wind Chill Factory"(1985). Her earliest World Nation recording is "Welcome to Our World" (cassette, 1992) with three original songs and songs in nine languages, featuring a children's choir from the Iowa-Illinois Quad Cities. The collection is being re-released as a CD in the fall of 2011. Her second World Nation recording, "Songs of the Colorado River" (cassette, 1995), features the Parker World Nation singers. Recorded in Hollywood, California, it includes seven original songs and songs in the four tribal languages (Hopi, Mohave, Chemeheuvi and Navajo) of the Colorado River Indian Tribes of Parker, Arizona. In 2008 she released a Tampa Bay World Nation DVD Tribute w/ Songs in Five Languages: Swahili, Japanese, Yoruba, Spanish and English.
Haring/Quibble frequently features young artists (children and teens) on her recordings and during her performances. She is currently completing production on a Tampa Bay World Nation CD entitled "Walking in a Memory: A Journey through Doo Wop & More" featuring such Doo Wop classics as "Come Go With Me," "Blue Moon," and "So Much in Love." Special guests: Richie Merritt and Bobby Hendricks. Music groups and pseudonyms include: Destiny Quibble, SHE, Scheherezade, World Nation and Cynthia Haring. For more information, see websites at: www.destinyquibble.com and www.worldnationgroup.com.