Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) December 19, 2008
Neal Fox's latest CD, "Now It's Personal," is airing on AAA stations, so creating a music video with a controversial theme is good timing. Known for his social commentary and wit--and with current events providing lots of material--Fox didn't have to look hard for subject matter. The target was clear: The Federal Reserve System.
News about "the Fed" changing interest rates is common, and anticipated with fear or hope. But the Federal Reserve also controls the flow of money by issuing new funds, as in the recent bailout. Yet according to the Constitution, issuing money is one of the Powers of Congress. Congress -- not a group of privately owned banks.
Fox wrote this song because, like every one else, he's "fed" up with the economy and its doom-and-gloom forecast. But this is no dry commentary. It's a concise and hilarious dart-throwing statement that hits a bull's-eye. If you're a Ron Paul supporter, a fan of Aaron Russo's films, or just a disillusioned citizen, this one's for you.
The Rap vocal and infectious rhythm have viewers chanting "F**k the Fed" along with Fox. The video strikes back at those who created this mess and those who benefit from it. So if you're pissed off, check out Neal Fox's "F**k the Fed" video and have a good laugh. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6Fpoebz2LE (Note: This video is uncensored.)
Neal Fox is a veteran songwriter whose career spans decades in the music business. It includes a charted single, a Top Ten Dance Club Hit, Clio and Telly Awards, music for the Killer Tomatoes movies, six self-released CDs, and theme music for "Eye to Eye with Connie Chung," "Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel," "CBS Saturday Morning," and the "CBS Evening News with Dan Rather."
"F**k the Fed" will soon be available for download on iTunes, with the rest of Fox's music. You can also buy his CDs through MySpace, CD Baby, Amazon, and other popular sites, or order them from retailers. Currently distributed by CD Baby. Licensing is available through his music publishing company Foxalot Music, http://www.foxalotmusic.com and his official web site is Wire Duck Records, http://www.wireduck.com.