Please preview our “Song Still Remains” album or individual tracks made for Duchenne Foundation in Australia (you can sample all 20 tracks online) by the international Ukulele Underground. Many of the original tracks, classified as alternate pop/rock were inspired by “Captain Google” – a young member with DMD lost to them last year. However, most of the tracks are upbeat and uplifting.
It would be wonderful if you could let your DMD, work and personal networks know about the CD too because Duchenne Foundation (formerly Parent Project Australia) receive all proceeds for next couple of years. At the moment it is only for download at: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/varioiusartists or by doing a search for "Song Still Remains" at www.cdbaby.com
Any promotion Duchenne stakeholders can do or suggest to us, would be welcomed.
Artists bios can be read here. http://www.parentproject.org.au/files/7GFUF2Z6LB/Bios_photos_-_The_Song_Remains_CD.pdf
In a few weeks and just in time for Christmas the actual CD’s (for those who like collecting discs/cases) can be purchased too for US $12 and at some point CD Baby also list the album for sale on Amazon and itunes. Please consider assisting Australian research & education by giving this gift at Christmas.
I will try to post updates about this wonderful artistic gesture by some fine musicians and singers from the Ukulele Underground.
We would love to hear your feedback about the album or any of the tracks, or indeed about the ukulele revival sweeping the world. A story about the recent Cairns Ukulele Festival can be found on our website too.
Deb & the Duchenne Foundation