Soon after announcing the release of their debut album on May 13, Nashville’s Roanoke is giving back in the most inspiring way. Partnering up with Cadence & Cause, Roanoke has released their song “The Light” to support The Flint Water Crisis.
Lead singer Taylor Dupuis found a special connection to the cause and wanted to join in on the cause in order to help donate to the Flint Child Health & Development Fund. The funds will be used to aid children with interventions that support positive health outcomes for Flint Children. These include crisis response, childhood education and support services, nutrition education, healthy food access among others.
As Dupis states, “Water is something that many people take for granted. It is an essential part of every living beings life, and for most people in America, healthy drinking water has always been extremely accessible.”
Roanoke is a rising folk/americana band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Lead by both Joey Beesley and Taylor Dupuis, the rising stars came together to create music that includes rich harmonies and songs about love, heartbreak and exploration. Head to CadenceandCause.com today to download “The Light” and help Roanoke support the people of Flint, Michigan Follow the band on social media for updates, new music, and more as the band gears up for their debut album release on 5/13/16.
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