Recent Rutgers Grad Releases New Song in Support of The Tyler Clementi Foundation

“Perfectly Imperfect” by Alexandra Kelly is Making Kindness Cool

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Sales of this MP3 benefit The Tyler Clementi Foundation.

The song “Perfectly Imperfect” is a beautiful testament to all those who have felt different or struggled to find acceptance. This opportunity to share a song with a meaningful message is one The Tyler Clementi Foundation embraces.

Martinsville, NJ (PRWEB) October 12, 2012

Acclaimed singer-song writer Alexandra Kelly, debuts “Perfectly Imperfect” to raise awareness and funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is guided by the life and story of Rutgers University student, Tyler Clementi. The foundation promotes safe, inclusive and respectful social, environments in homes, schools, campuses, churches and the digital world for LGBT youth and their allies.

The song tells the story of one person’s journey to overcome insecurity, and “set herself free” from destructive thinking by finding her own uniqueness. Celebrating that she is “perfectly imperfect” frees her from peer pressure and clears a path to a more complete life.

Alexandra Kelly says, “To pair a song that means so much to me with a foundation that means so much to me is an incredible opportunity. I hope that through this campaign, people make the pledge to become “an upstander, not a bystander. We are “all perfectly imperfect” just the way we are.”

“As music was a passion in Tyler’s life, we are thrilled to support the talented Alexandra Kelly with her promising career. The song “Perfectly Imperfect” is a beautiful testament to all those who have felt different or struggled to find acceptance. This opportunity to share a song with a meaningful message is one The Tyler Clementi Foundation embraces. Alexandra’s music allows all of us to spread the word and make a positive change in the world around us.” James Clementi, brother of Tyler, stated.

Supporting the TTCF’s mission of fostering empathetic, constructive discussions of respect and dignity for youth and families, at all levels of society through educational partnerships, research, public dialogue and awareness programs. This campaign gives “fanthropists” an opportunity to help them achieve their vision of a world where human dignity will be exhibited by unconditional love and embraced inclusive of society and regardless of sexual orientation.

The song will be for sale in the Hotathon through early November 2012 with a minimum of $2.00 for every song sold going to The Tyler Clementi Foundation. Just by coming to Hotathon, enjoying the song, spreading the word and purchasing the song, everyone can make a difference and support The Tyler Clementi Foundation and its mission.

About Hotathon:
For Artists, Hotathon is an online retail and promotional platform. For non-profit organizations, Hotathon is a commercial co-venture. For music fans and supporters of non-profits, Hotathon offers a unique experience to discover and share what matters most. For more information visit http://www.hotathon.com or call 917-922-5238.

About The Tyler Clementi Foundation:
The Tyler Clementi Foundation, guided by the life and story of Tyler Clementi, promotes safe, inclusive and respectful social, environments in homes, schools, campuses, churches and the digital world for LGBT youth and their allies. Through educational partnerships, research, public dialogue and awareness programs, TCF fosters empathetic, constructive discussions of respect and dignity for youth and families, at all levels of society.
For more information visit: http://www.tylerclementi.org or facebook and Twitter @TylersSpace

About Alexandra Kelly:
Alexandra Kelly is a singer, guitarist and songwriter from New Jersey, and a recent Rutgers graduate. She started playing piano at 6, and by 12 was teaching herself to play guitar and writing songs. In 2005, barely 15, Alexandra was voted the winner of WOR710 Radio Shining Star Talent Search for an original song written for the competition. That summer she joined the NY Singer-Songwriter Sessions and began performing at The Bitter End and CBGB’s. In the summer of 2007, Alexandra was invited by the Grammy Foundation to be a part of their program for talented teen musicians, and spent two summers in Los Angeles working with Grammy winners and nominees. In 2010 Alexandra released It’s Complicated, her second album with 11 original songs, produced with Kenny Lamb a multi-platinum, award winner, and with acclaimed engineer and studio owner Chris Rowe. Alexandra has worked as a visiting songwriter for The Universal Music Publishing Group in Nashville, holds two Indie International Songwriting awards, is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Most recently Alexandra recorded “Perfectly Imperfect” for an exclusive Hotathon supporting The Tyler Clementi Foundation. For more information: http://www.AlexandraKelly.com, alexkellymusic(at)aol(dot)com


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