New Song Reminds World Sandy Relief Still Needed
In the world of the 24-hour news cycle, it’s very easy to forget so many people are still suffering from the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy along the east coast.
One artist from the Jersey Shore set out to write a song that would help people remember the devastating effects of the storm, and that many residents are still desperately in need of assistance.
The song is called “Sho Love,” written and produce by Patrick Whelan, also known as “Shore Shot.”
“I was writing the song in my head as I was pumping out four to five feet of water from my crawlspace with my brothers and some friends of the family,” Whelan said.
The song is available on iTunes and Spotify, as well as most other online music shops. All proceeds earned from “Sho Love” will go directly to the Sandy recovery effort.
“Every cent,” Whelan assured.
You can watch the video for “Sho Love (You Survived It)” below and click here to find it on iTunes.