"I've Seen the City of New Orleans" - MP3
"I've Seen The City of New Orleans"
A new song from two well known successful songwriters Mary W. Francis and Steven McClintock to do what they can to bring to the attention of the world the serious plight of the hurricane victims everywhere and how important it is to offer financial and moral support.
"Because we wanted to do something for the hurricane relief with this song, we are donating 40 percent (40%) of the profits to go to various hurricane relief agencies. Our publisher and record label are completely behind our efforts.
The verification of the amount of monies donated will be posted quarterly on the following websites and we will keep this going as long as you continue to support our efforts.
For a single song download for only $1.99 go the www.headlineronline.com or for the CD single of the song and kareoke track for only $4.99 including shipping, go to www.stevenmcclintock.com or www.37records.com
Mary W. Francis, a native Nashvillian, began her writing career at Combine Music (now EMI Music Publishing) in 1978. Mary had her first major artist cut by Reba McIntire in 1980 on her "Unlimited" album, followed by a #2 single "Whiskey, If You Were a Woman" by Highway 101 and later by the top charting single "Tonight the Heartache's on Me" by the Dixie Chicks on their 11 million selling CD "Wide Open Spaces." Mary has also had cuts by Joy Lynn White, Johnny Rodriguez, Dixiana, Damon Gray and others.
Steven McClintock, raised in hurricane ravaged Beaumont Texas, has had success as an artist performing with such acts as The Nelsons, Victoria Shaw, Phil Collins, Juice Newton, Carlene Carter, Don Williams and his own duo Fertitta and McClintock. His songs have been recorded by pop artist Tiffany, Andy Williams, ATC, Sixwire, and The Nelsons to name a few selling over 15,000,000 copies worldwide.
We thank you for coming to these sites and purchasing this song. We can ALL make a difference..and we will.