Andy Griggs’ Touching Song For Sandy Hook

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This is one of the reasons Country Artist are so cool in my book.  They always seem to do the thoughtful, compassionate, and right thing.  Singer, ANDY GRIGGS is no exception.  He recorded a song about the December 14th shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.  It’s called “20 Little Angels” . . . and it’s streaming for free right now on his site.

Hear it here.

Andy said he was inspired to write and record it by his fans who started hitting up his Facebook page with ideas.

He said,  “As my arms were thrown up to the sky with so many question marks . . . a lot of you had ideas about me writing a song and somehow aiming it towards some kind of charity that would go to the families.

“Well, you inspired me!  I called my friend, Bobby Pinson the next day.  We sat down and wrote what I thought would be a completely awkward song.  It was the exact opposite!  It came out better than anything I could’ve imagined.”

The song is for sale on iTunes . . . with 100% of proceeds going to the Sandy Hook Support Fund.  Even iTunes and credit card companies are waiving their fees.

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