The really cool part is this:
A week before the surgery - I had a problem with my blood pressure. I was at my Urologist's office, near a hospital, which the doctor decided I should go to the ER. The office manager wheeled me in a wheelchair to the ER. To depend on someone to take me to the ER like that was hard for me. Her attitude was amazing, and comforting. Needless to say, my blood pressure was brought down and all turned out well. It was then I decided the next time I went into the office I'd take a copy of "Fire in the Rainstorm" to her, which I did.
This past week, I went back for a post op visit. As soon as I walked in, she stopped me and told me she has it in her car, and takes it every where with her. She told me the music made her cry... and she could not believe it. She loved every part of it. She also had her friends listen, and they cried too.
After my appointment, she came out and hugged me, and told me thank you over and over. This was an amazing thing for me to experience. To be quite honest, this whole experience with her made me tear up. I am so grateful for ALL of you.. those of you that helped me get this album recorded.
The next step is marketing and promotion, which I invite you again to work side by side along with me. Looking forward to it all....
love & peace in music...
|Will Ackerman, Tom Eaton and my bff Tracey Cravens|