29
Apr
09

500 Songs for Kids

500 Songs for Kids

I’m Atlanta-bound with my band, Lindsay Rae Spurlock on Thursday to participate in this incredible event called 500 Songs for Kids. Starting April 30th to May 9th, bands will come together each night to play some of the most passionate songs of our time!

We were given Heart‘s What About Love and are totally stoked about it! We figured you either:

  • nail it just as the original artist to pay homage to that great song or
  • flip it upside down and put your fingerprint on an ‘oldie but a goodie’

Either way is a terrifying path that leads to either shamefully falling short of the original or desecrating everyone’s favorite song. HOWEVER, either way also could lead to rounds of deafening applause for reminding everyone why they loved that song or heralded as creative geniuses of musical talent.

WE decided to go for broke and chance being creative geniuses 🙂 I mean where’s the fun in playing it safe. Haha. I don’t know, maybe we’re showing our newbie ignorance but I do think we’ve created something insane! I hope to get up a recorded clip for you to see but maybe you’ll catch us on one of these media outlets:

media outlets

If you’re in the ATL area Thursday night and not at Orange then hit me up. We’ll be there all night and playing at 10:15.

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1 Response to “500 Songs for Kids”


  1. April 30, 2009 at 1:57 pm

    Nice! I will see if it pops up anywhere.


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