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Indie Music Cancer Drive to Release "Songs for the Cure '10" Album

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Indie Music Cancer Drive to Release Songs for the Cure '10 Album

Twenty-eight artists join together to raise money for the American Cancer Society and aim to raise $10,000

January 24, 2010

Contact: Josh Whelchel (josh@jwmusic.org)

(513) 549-2336

http://www.cancerdrive.org

Cincinnati, OH--The Indie Music Cancer Society will release its 2010 compilation, Songs for the Cure '10 on March 1, 2010 and forward 100% of all donations and profits to the American Cancer Society through its Relay for Life event held on April 23, 2010 at the University of Cincinnati. The album will feature music from 28 diverse artists, including Select Start, Big Giant Circles, Alec Holowka, Two Seconds Away, Jay Tholen, Josh Whelchel, Renee Winter, and others.

The organization is currently accepting donations, and all donors of $25 or more before March 1, 2010 will receive a free physical copy of the album. Supporters with $10 or more will receive a free digital copy. Genres represented include Pop, Rock, Alternative, Chiptunes, Instrumental, Opera, Classical, Avant-Garde, Jazz, Fusion, and many others.

The organization raised over $6,000 for the event last year and is still forwarding profits from last year's album, available on iTunes, Amazon, and others. A full list of artists can be found at the Songs for the Cure '10 website at http://www.cancerdrive.org.

The fundraiser aims to raise $10,000 by April 23, 2010, preceding a digital release of the album to iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, and other retailers. Donations are accepted through http://www.cancerdrive.org.

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Video: http://www.vimeo.com/8933889

Indie Music Cancer Drive / Songs for the Cure '10: http://www.cancerdrive.org

Josh Whelchel: http://www.jwmusic.org

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Josh released a Track Listing today. I'm actually credited as 12 Followers/Meteo Xavier (which is my artist's name) and my contribution was a collaboration with Michael Huang. There might be other OCRemixers on there, but I would have trouble identifying them.

Is FFMusicDJ an Ocremixer? Sounds like one.

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