Broadway Records Releases Charitable Recording "I Have a Voice" to Fight Bullying
The song features music by Frank Wildhorn and lyrics by Robin Lerner.
Broadway Records president Van Dean, executive producer Gina Holland, and No Bully executive producer Michelle Shapiro have launched the charitable recording "I Have a Voice," with 100 percent of the profits benefiting www.NoBully.org.
The song, which features music by Frank Wildhorn and lyrics by Robin Lerner, and accompanying videos feature over 75 Broadway kids from shows such as Matilda The Musical, School of Rock, Kinky Boots, Fiddler on the Roof, The Lion King, On Your Feet!, and more. The digital download of "I Have a Voice" is priced at $1.99 ($1.29 on iTunes) and is now available for purchase at BroadwayRecords.com.
The creative team for the 2016 benefit recording of "I Have a Voice" was led by Michael J. Moritz Jr. and Jason Howland (music production; vocal, rhythmic and string arrangements; orchestra) and Jason Milstein (film production) and recorded at the DiMenna Center in New York City. Co-executive producers are Mia Moravis and Chris McCartie.
"The 'I Have a Voice' initiative is an opportunity for 75 child performers from Broadway and beyond to express their own voice and let other children know they too, have a voice. I truly hope this song will inspire others to be more inclusive, tolerant and unite kids to celebrate our differences," said Van Dean in a statement.