Dedham musician to assistance lift income for ALS research
January 20, 2017 - als
Local singer-songwriter and Dedham proprietor Joe Rich has recently expelled dual new strange recordings in an bid to lift income for a Pete Frates No. 3 Fund, an classification dedicated to anticipating a heal for amyotrophic parallel sclerosis, or ALS.
The new singular “Sex on a Beach,” and a B-side, “Dude Nah,” were combined and accessible late final year with writer and Dedham proprietor Andy Celley during a Dedham TV studios on Sprague Street.
Both songs are accessible on mixed online platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and CD Baby. All deduction from a downloading of these tracks, as good as a 5 marks from Rich’s prior release, “Stars Don’t Fall,” will be donated to a Pete Frates No. 3 Fund.
Frates is a Massachusetts internal who played ball during Boston College and is an ALS patient. He and his organization, Team Frate Train, combined a ice bucket challenge, that has lifted over $115 million for ALS research. His charity, a Pete Frates No. 3 Fund, organizes fundraising events such as a Plunge 4 Pete, that only took place on New Year’s Day, a Cruise for Care, that happened final November, and Pints 4 Pete in May 2015.
Rich’s idea is to lift $1,000 for a account by download sales and in a entrance months, a CD recover and listening celebration where people can squeeze a full CD, designed by internal artist Elizabeth Loranth, including all 7 marks for $10. The single, “Sex on a Beach,” has seen airplay on dual online radio stations so far, Permanent Vacation Radio and Radio A1A. It has also been featured on internal radio stations WARA 1320 AM on “Pontificating with Paul,” hosted by Paul Healy in Attleboro, and on WATD 95.9 FM on “Almost Famous,” hosted by John Shea in Marshfield.