First of all, thank you to all of you who have made so many positive comments about the blogs. Amy and I are enjoying the process of blogging and we hope that you find the blogs to be informative and interesting. Keep the comments coming because I am definitely reading them and taking your thoughts and questions into consideration as we move forward.
I also want to thank you for your continued patience as we continue to rebuild the entire website and FOA features. I know many of have been frustrated by the spam that has found its way onto the message boards and we are working hard to prevent it from getting on there by adding some additional protection. We know many of you prefer the FOA access only boards but we are hopeful that by keeping them open to the general public we will see increased action (in a good way – - not just spam) and generate more interest in Amy’s music and appearances. If we can’t control the spam and abuse we will close the boards again.
As you saw yesterday, we launched a new charity single called "She Colors My Day" that is being used to raise awareness and funds for the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s Women’s Cancer Research Fund. I can not think of a single person in my life who hasn’t been affected in some way by cancer, whether it be their own personal battle or the battle of a family member or friend. Together with Philosophy and Art Of Grace, we hope that this song will be used in the best of ways possible — to help find a CURE for this disease. Spread the news to your friends and family about the song and if you haven’t downloaded it yet for yourself, please do. It is only .99 and is money WELL spent.
We shot a video a few weeks ago for the song and it will be debuting in about two weeks. I am excited for you all to see the video. Amy looked beautiful and the storyline is very touching. In addition to the video, we will be posting a behind-the-scenes look at the cast and crew of the video — every single person hired had their own personal cancer story. Stay tuned.
As I mentioned earlier this week, we will also be posting a Lead Me On tour widget on the page for you to pass around to your friends. It should be finished by tomorrow. There is a free tickets/meet & greet component to the widget so the more people who pass it on, the better.
The Lead Me On tour starts in 2 weeks. I can hardly believe it. I hope to see as many of you as possible — I am convinced it is a show we will all be talking about for a long time.
More to come…