Inspired by his own family’s experience with childhood leukemia (his daughter was diagnosed in July of 2012), Boston’s ALASTAIR MOOCK has assembled a new collection of sing-a-longs – SINGING OUR WAY THROUGH: SONGS FOR THE WORLD’S BRAVEST KIDS. The crowdfunded album has raised over $27K-to-date, blasting it’s way past the initial goal of $10K that will be used to benefit children’s hospitals and childhood oncology programs (Alastair has already donated to Boston Children’s Hospital and the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang camp in CT).
Available for official pre-order on June 11 (those who order on iTunes before release date will receive an instant free song download, “When I Get Bald”), with the CD slated for release on July 9, guest artists on the album include blues legend Chris Smither, folk singer Aoife O’Donovan (vocalist for the 2013 Grammy-winning Goat Rodeo Sessions, Best Folk Album), Mark Erelli and family music artists Rani Arbo, The Okee Dokee Brothers (2013 Grammy winners, Best Children’s Album) and Elizabeth Mitchell (2013 Grammy-nominee, Best Children’s Album).
Keep your eyes on http://www.singingourway.com/ for more details and to order yours.
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