May 10, 2016
RegalaMia's recently composed song “Worthy” is going to raise awareness about the homeless. The music video release will be a collaborative event with the Brunch Club, a beautiful organization that not only feeds, clothes and shelters the homeless, but also helps with with mental illness and the difficult transition of getting off the streets. All the profits will go to that cause. ?
We are all worthy of love and appreciation, especially those most forgotten. The Worthy community project is using music to raise awareness and funds for the homeless and local homeless shelters in San Diego, CA USA.
The video itself will be linked to a series of concerts RegalaMia will be hosting in various homeless shelters in San Diego and Los Angeles. She will be performing this song live in one on one sessions with the residents of these shelters telling them that they are loved and appreciated in the best way she knows how, through song. All of these experiences will be captured on film. The idea of the video is to remind us that "the homeless" are simply human beings. The goal of this project is to bring everyone back into a compassionate space about this delicate issue.
Indie singer songwriter, using music to bring awareness to social issues. Reawakening humanity one song at a time. A uniquely emotional combination of Adele and Amy Winehouse, with the lyrical depth of Lana Del Rey.
RegalaMia is an american singer-songwriter who grew up traveling the world. She has made it her goal to make the world a better place by using music as her vehicle to do so. RegalaMia bridges the worlds of community awareness and music making together, by connecting each of her music projects with a charity and/or community issues.
San Diego, CA USA
2330 La Mirada Dr
Ste 300, Vista, California 92081
Reawakening humanity, one song at a time
Using podsafe music from http://ccmixter.org/
Loveshadow - Almost Given Up
Nethis - Steady
Speck - Greensleeves (whatever mix)
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