“It’s really amazing to see such an eclectic group of artists come together in an effort to really raise the banner for these kids in Uganda. IPR is doing an amazing job linking the music community to this emergency situation in Uganda.”
Kenny Laubbacher, Director of Artist Relations
Invisible Children, Inc.
The CD is finally here!
IPR is proud to be partnering with ‘Invisible Children’ on this CD and awareness project!
All profits from CD sales will be donated directly to ‘Invisible Children’
Njagala ennyimba – Songs for the Invisible Children
1.“Brokenhearted Serenade” – Chris Barron (from spin doctors)
2.“Black Dress, White Dress” – Jerzy Jung (near records)
3.“Summer’s Gone” – Phil Bensen (opened for jonas brothers)
4.“2 Feet Tall” – Alaina Alexander (’07 american idol semi-finalist)
5.“Something to Cry About” – Lettuce Olive (feat. for squirrels’ travis tooke)
6.“Where You Belong” – Samantha Lu (ipr artist)
7.“Rewind” – Rotation (up&comers from michigan)
8. “Am I the Only One” – Justina (multi asbury music award nominee)
9.“A Night Without Moon and Stars” – Revolution #9 (from italy!)
10.“Madness” – Ellen Foley (meat loaf, night court, etc)
11.“Indiana Jones” – Keith Monacchio (several mtv soundtracks)
12.“Angelchasing” – Tina Vero (ipr artist)
13.“Symphony in Blue” – Larry Kirwan (from black 47)
14.“I’m Glad to be Here” – Eric Alexandrakis (minoan music)
15.“Nu Dag” – Aaron Dugan’s Theory of Everything (from matisyahu)
Please buy a CD and Support the Cause!
This project was made possible by
“This fall, our friends at Indigo Planet Records will be releasing a very cool CD compilation and download to benefit Invisible Children. Among the 15 artists contributing songs are Chris Barron (Spin Doctors), Larry Kirwan, Black 47, IPR’s Travis Trooke (For Squirrels, Subrosa), Aaron Dugan (Matisyahu), American Idol’s Alaina Alexander, and Ellen Foley.
Also, IPR will be sponsoring four Project Showcases later this summer with shows being planned in NYC, L.A., Houston, and Saint Augustine. The L.A. show will feature Alexander, and 5-time Asbury Music Award nominee Justina Carubia. The Saint Augustine show will feature Tooke, and be co-sponsored by the Saint Augustine Record and Drift Magazine. The NYC show will feature Jerzy Jung, Keith Monacchio (of the Commons), and possibly Barron, Dugan, and Foley. With the help of dozens of high schools around the country, these showcases are anticipated to be huge successes! Thanks to our friends at IPR for their continued support, check out these events for ways to get involved with our mission this summerand pick up the CD this fall!”
I just finished recording my new single “Believe” last week sometime.
In early October I was very honored and proud to play a set at a soccer event for Lainie’s Angels to benefit Kids with Cancer and Blood disease. Before my set , I saw a little greeting card at the Merch booth with a little angel on it , and the word “Believe”. I was like wow , I have a song called Believe, it just seemed to fit into the whole swing of things. At the end of the day , they were having this balloon releasing ceremony dedicated to the ones they loved or lost , and they asked if I would sing one more song for the ceremony.
As the balloons floated towards the sky, I sang “Believe”, and it amazed me how the song touched the crowd and moved some to tears. I got a bit choked up too, and I thought it would be a great idea to dedicate the song to the foundation. So we talked with the founders of the foundation and they loved the idea. So I recorded the song, and it should be due out in December just in time for Christmas.
If you would like a copy, let me know. They are available in limited quantity, and a nice little donation to the foundation would be greatly apprectiated.100% of all proceeds is going directly to the foundation to help families with kids who have cancer or blood disease. For more information on Lainie’s Angel’s visit www.LainiesAngels.com.
Thank you to whoever supports this good cause!
This show was put together by Vince Inciong, at Middlesex High School, in Middlesex, NJ on Sunday, October 9, 2005.
100% of the proceeds of the show will be given to America’s Second Harvest to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina. (www.SecondHarvest.org)
This concert also featured:
Vincent A. Inciong
The Same Effect
MHS Concert Band & Touring Choir
Hosted by: Rob Jones
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