Ben: Outgoing, friendly, musical and #Aspie

Autism Unveiled Week 6


Aspergers is part of me. The fact I perceive detail and pay attention to details that don’t occur to typical people is what makes me different.

I’m able to study a subject much more in depth that typical people. My favorite subjects are Beatles lore and advocating for others on the Spectrum. I like subject matters that are logical. Social nuances don’t follow the rules of logic.

I have benefited from learning French as a child. I’m French-English bilingual. I feel that helped integrate my brain.

My favorite Beatles songs are Drive My Car and Eleanor Rigby. I have recorded all vocals and background instrumentals on all of the Beatles songs. Here are some of my songs I have uploaded to

Ben Anderson, California

Ben’s mom Susan Rubinyi has written a book “Natural Genius: The Gifts of Asperger’s Syndrome” (Jessica-Kingsley publishers) about Ben and her journey. On March 25, 2015, join Ben for a multicultural showcase, everything from The Beatles to international poetry, Colorado Room, 2500 Broadway, Santa Monica from 6 PM 8 PM. Ben loves leading Classic Rock Sing-Alongs and will be developing presentations as a Music/Advocate for people on the Spectrum

Ben is part of the Autism Unveiled Project – 6 weeks of posts by Autistic people commencing on April 2, 2015, World Autism Awareness Day.

2 replies on “Ben: Outgoing, friendly, musical and #Aspie”
  1. says: Chad Iwertz

    Hi Jake — thanks for sharing some of your life story here. How did you first become involved in music? And what advice do you have for others who are interested in pursuing a career in music?

    1. says: Chad Iwertz

      Jake, who’s Jake? I apologize about that Ben. I completely meant to be addressing YOU!

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