Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 4, 2005
Allen Watty's new song about Hurricane Katrina has been circulating on the Internet for weeks now. People from coast to coast are anxiously starting to wonder - "Why Isn't This Song On The Radio?"
The song, which combines a soulful R&B style with a pop feel, creatively references the Hurricane Katrina disaster with a unique approach. The lyrics are very compelling, as they paint an extremely colorful picture of what it was like to be stranded on a rooftop. The words are so powerful, that many are asking whether or not Watty (the singer) was an actual victim in New Orleans.
One listener from Brooklyn said, "This song brought tears to my eyes; I've listened to it 10 times already."
Another listener from San Francisco said, "Now this is music. Why aren't there more songs out like this - songs about the struggle?"
Yet, another listener from New Orleans said, "Why isn't this song on the radio? This song is a hit."
The song, however, has been played on several smaller urban radio stations across the country - and has been featured on the Tony Brown Show. In addition, the song has been highlighted by several major news organizations including:
MSNBC.com - http://msnbc.msn.com/id/9689251/
WUSATV9.com - http://wusatv9.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=43576
BlackNews.com - http://www.blacknews.com/pr/hurricanesong101.html
"We're happy with the results so far," says Dante Lee of Diversity City Media, who is helping to promote the song. "However, we would love to have the song featured on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, on the Tavis Smiley Show, the Russ Parr Show, and other bigger outlets."
Interested ones can listen to the song for free at http://www.HurricaneSong.com
Interested radio stations and record labels should call (562) 209-0616 to receive a free copy of the song on CD.