LAS VEGAS – This Holiday season the public is invited to support Nevada children battling cancer by downloading or streaming a locally produced and well-known holiday song with a distinctly Cure 4 The Kids Foundation twist.
Thanks to the time and talent of vocalists, musicians, performers, and studio technicians, the public can download or stream an original version of “Sleigh Ride” recorded especially for this project and featuring the vocals of Las Vegas-based performers Anne Martinez, Lily Arce, and Randy Sterns with a special raga performance by Cure 4 The Kids Foundation Chief Medical Officer Alan Ikeda, M.D.
The track was recorded by the band “Rydmik Healing” of which Dr. Alan Ikeda is a member. The band’s keyboardist/vocalist/rhythm guitar player known as J. Russo sang lead, and Dr. Alan handled many of the background vocals.
The song is available for downloading and streaming at all popular music sites. Cure 4 The Kids Foundation will receive 100% of the net proceeds from each track download or stream.
“Sleigh Ride” download:
Apple Music – http://bit.ly/c4foundation
itunes – http://bit.ly/cure4kids
Amazon Music – http://bit.ly/cure4thekids
Spotify – http://bit.ly/c4tkspotify
YouTube – http://bit.ly/Tube4kids
To increase awareness of the song, numerous Las Vegas performers, media members, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation patients, and others participated in an accompanying music video which can be downloaded: http://bit.ly/C4TKmusicvideo
One hundred percent of the download and streaming proceeds will go to Cure 4 The Kids Foundation’s Charity Care Program which ensures that all patients, including those who are uninsured, underinsured, and unable to pay for services get the treatment they need.
The track was produced by two-time GRAMMY® Governor and Cure 4 The Kids Foundation Director of Marketing, Mitchell Koulouris and recorded in Las Vegas at Electric Shop Recording Studio thanks to a generous donation from studio owner and sound engineer, Andrew Beldy. Cure 4 The Kids’ CEO and Founder, Annette Logan was the track’s executive producer.
Founded in 2007, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation provides Joint Commission-accredited medical services to children affected by cancer, rare and ultra-rare diseases, sickle cell disease, bleeding disorders, genetic and rheumatologic conditions. As part of its mission, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation does not turn any patient away from treatment for financial reasons. The Charity Care Program has assisted more than 500 families in getting the medical treatment they need since 2007.