Tuesday, July 24, 2012

How We Love

Although I'm not there this summer, my Harmony Project family has just finished putting on an amazing concert celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of our town, Columbus, Ohio. One of the highlights of that concert was the choir's performance of Beth Nielsen Chapman's amazing song called "How We Love" which she herself had debuted on the stage with the Harmony Project the year prior.

Beth Nielsen Chapman, singer and extraordinary songwriter responsible for hits like "This Kiss" and many others, is a friend of the director of the The Harmony Project.

In the wake of the tragedy in Aurora, The Harmony Project, along with the consent of Ms. Chapman, decided that the choir's mission to sing, serve, and share, could be demonstrated by making a recording of Beth's song and offering it for download on the internet for $1, with all proceeds going to the victims in Aurora.

Please help us show Aurora how we love them by clicking on the link below to view the YouTube video, then following the link to the Harmony Project website and downloading this beautiful song. For a mere $1, you can help us show Aurora that the world cares about them and wants to help them begin the healing process.


Don't forget, view the YouTube video AND download the song for $1 to help the victims in Aurora.

Thank you. And thank you, Harmony Project. I could not be prouder to be a part of such a wonderful organization.

4 comments:

  1. Lovely gesture, Peggy. I hope you raise lots of money.

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    1. Thank you, Linda! And thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Very nice song and a great message for those affected by the Aurora tragedy. Also, it's a great thing to do to help them. I hope that it is a great success as well!

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    1. Thanks for looking at the video, Jan! I really appreciate it!

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