New Jersey Stage

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Linda Chorney Composes a Song About The Face of Boston Strong, "Martin"

(Sea Bright, NJ) -- Grammy Nominee Singer/Songwriter Linda Chorney wrote a song in response to the tragic explosions at the Boston Marathon. Her song "Martin" is a tribute to the memory of Martin Richard who was taken too early from this earth on April 15, 2013, at the age of eight. Linda recorded the song and shot the video in Boston with love and support from the community.  The video may be viewed at http://youtu.be/yb8K4xcWTJU.
 
"Our hearts are with all of the families of those lost and injured in the Boston Marathon Tragedy. You will all never be forgotten," said Linda Chorney.
 
The song is available for download at http://www.nimbitmusic.com/lindachorney. Proceeds will benefit plans to erect a memorial statue in Copley Square of Martin Richard holding the sign "No more hurting people, peace and love". This project is still in development for city approval. As a back-up, an oil portrait of Martin Richard will be presented as a gift to his family through proceeds of this song. Please go to lindachorney.com for download or directly to Nimbit on the link above.
 
Very special thanks to:
Musicians: Tom Baker, Alizon Lissance, Alan Goodrich, Jeff Davison and Al Bonasoro
Studios: Thomas Holmes, Studio 101 A, Berklee, & The Record Company
Engineer and Co-producer, Brian Phillips
Singers: Zach Biron and the students at BYPC - The Gang from Sudbury, Brook, Jen, Alex, Robbie, Elena, Robin and the folks who joined in at Copley Square!
Videographers: Richard Kostick, Scott Fadynich, David Roth and Linda Chorney