When B.J. Viau was 10, his mother was diagnosed with HD. He decided not to be sad, but to do "something fun, give it all I have and help find a cure." He and his family started the Twin Cities Hoopathon fundraiser, which, in 15 years, has raised nearly $1 million for the Huntington's Disease Society of America. Recently B.J. joined friends from around the world to launch the Huntington's Disease Youth Organization. His inspiring advice: "No one will ever laugh at you for helping people. Just find a way to get involved, because every action, big or small, helps."
“I am so delighted with this new tribute album that Rock the Cause Records has released, assisted by Kara Wright of Peer Music, Los Angeles. The title of the tribute album, Gazing with tranquility is a line from my song, The Hurdy Gurdy Man. The line describes the deep stillness one... Read more
Spring is finally in the air. We can think of no better way to welcome it than sharing with you Brett Dennen's youthful cover of Donovan's Colours. Brett offers up a modern folk version of this timeless classic. With sparse guitars and vocals reminiscent of Neil Young, you can almost... Read more