As if we didn’t love Drew Seeley enough already.
The newly-engaged musician has teamed up with the Donate a Song project – a program of Music is Medicine, an organization co-founded by 19 year-old Princeton sophomore Leora Friedman when she was a junior in high school. The project aims to encourage celebrities to write and record an original song for their fans who are seriously ill.
Drew met and wrote “Fly” in honor of Brooke Shockley, a 14 year-old girl suffering from osteosarcoma bone cancer.
After Skyping with Brooke, Drew was inspired to write the track, which for Brooke was “the best birthday present ever.”
Drew actually traveled to Baltimore to perform the song live for Brooke and other patients at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
The first artist to participate in the project, 100% of Drew’s proceeds from the sale of the song and video will be donated to the pediatric oncology research team at the center.
Check out the music video below and be sure to buy the track on iTunes!
Drew Seeley – “Fly” Video
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