Thursday, 8 November 2012

Little Kids Rock: Shelter from the storm

Many people are reeling in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. They are cold,
their homes have been destroyed and their world has been turned upside down.  During difficult times like these, we especially appreciate the things that bring us together and that help us express our pain.
Music is one of those things.
That is what Jailine, one of our 12-year old students from New York City discovered after another natural disaster, the devastating Haiti earthquake of 2010. She wrote this uplifting song which remains as poignant today as it was on the day she wrote it:
When times are tough, you can still play a guitar, write a song, and use the magic of music to help get you through.

Our own offices have just reopened in the wake of the storm. Please let us know if we can help you in any way and feel free to come by if you need a warm, friendly place to charge your phone or have a coffee. In the meantime, stay safe, stay dry, and rock on!

Little Kids Rock
Restoring and revitalizing music education in our schools!