“One World”… Our Song allows music lovers to get a free download of this song, “One World,” as a reward for donating to any of our three charity partners. Thank you for helping us to help others.
By simply clicking on the logo of the charity of your choice you will be able to donate.
The Unsung Heroes of music are the Musicians and Singers who are a part of the backbone of our music industry that has helped make yesterday’s and today’s stars “household names.” These very same performers have donated their time and talents so that our song, “ONE WORLD,” can help make OUR WORLD a better one to live in.
We give them all a heartfelt, “Thank You!”
The Covid-19 epidemic has ground the performance business to a halt.
There are no music tours, there are no live performances in public.
No venues are open to hear music and see musicians play.
No films are being filmed needing soundtracks.
Broadway and the London stage are closed down.
Families are trying to survive, and the children of First Responders are struggling while their parents are out there trying to save lives.
100% of all donations from this record will go to the charities, who will distribute it to the artists they represent.
The Origins of “One World”…Our Song
They were Franke Previte and Pamela Phillips Oland from the USA, and Sergei Manoukyan and Mikk Targo from Tallin, Estonia.
Their song celebrated the first ever American-Soviet Arts Exchange, the coming together of 22 songwriters from America and as many from the Soviet Union, for nearly 2 weeks of songwriting in Tallin, Estonia, Moscow and Leningrad. The song “One World” was included in the commemorative album.
The convocation was the brainchild of songwriter Alan Roy Scott, for his Music Bridges organization. Robyn Whitney of Private Island Trax Studio in LA, took care of the logistics.
It was a trip of a lifetime for all.
American Songwriter Participants included Michael Bolton, Diane Warren, Mike Stoller, Barry Mann, Desmond Child, Brenda Russell, Franne Golde, Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg, Franke Previte, Pamela Phillips Oland, Paul Chiten, Cyndi Lauper, Harold Payne, Todd Cerney, Albert Hammond, Alan Roy Scott, Sue Shifrin, Gregory Abbott and Holly Knight.