New York, NY (PressExposure) July 06, 2011 -- Ed Hale is known for being a musician and singer/songwriter, however there is more to his music than meets the ears. On his last solo studio recording Ballad on Third Avenue, a rousing collection of alternative pop-rock acoustic tracks, he sings about love and all the emotions that are forthcoming.
Yet there is much more on the album that needs your attention, particularly the track "New Orleans Dreams". The track is a rather poignant take on the aftermath of hurricane Katrina and the ineptness of our government to help the suffering people of the area when it was needed most. This is a story that continues today several years later as people are still reeling from the disaster of the hurricane and many other natural disasters that would follow in that area including the disastrous BP oil spill.
Artists like Ed Hale have a genuine concern for those suffering in the world and he does everything he can to reach and assist those in need. One of the best vehicles today to reach the masses in a positive way is through music. Ed's song "New Orleans Dreams" will most certainly garner some attention from all corners of society and media.
All the proceeds from downloads of the song "New Orleans Dreams" on iTunes or Amazon.com are going to the Red Cross to help hurricane and tornado victims in the Southern States.
The first two singles from Ballad on Third Avenue, "I Walk Alone" and "Scene in San Francisco" and the commercial success the singles garnered on Triple A commercial radio along with the great reception the album received on the CMJ college radio charts were the signal to take the next step for Hale and camp to do something more with the popularity of the album.
Hale's record label Dying Van Gogh Records has high hopes for the same success with "New Orleans Dreams". Success can be measured in many ways and Hale and his music fit every aspect of the word; only this time he is hoping the track will define the word success with as many downloads as possible to help ease the suffering of people in need.
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