SongCauze Uses Music to Benefit Charities

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New “music for charity” company digitally distributes donated songs to benefit charities.

Michael Coulter, owner of the music and sound design studio Confidence Head, announced today the launch of SongCauze, a donation-only "music for charity" company. SongCauze works directly with musicians and songwriters to produce and distribute original songs via online CDs that can be purchased exclusively through iTunes. The monetized distribution goes directly to charities that work with SongCauze.

The proceeds from SongCauze’s debut CD, “Elysium Sessions,” which is available for purchase now on iTunes, will directly benefit The Art of Elysium, a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization founded in 1997. The Art of Elysium encourages working actors, artists and musicians to volunteer their time and talent to children who are battling various medical conditions.

“For us, there was no question which charity we would support with our debut CD,” said SongCauze Co-Founder Michael Coulter. “Their dedication to using art as a way to improve the lives of children closely aligns with our mission at SongCauze to use the power of music to benefit the less fortunate in our community and beyond.”

To celebrate the launch of SongCauze, as well as their debut CD, an event will be held on November 16, 2013 at Fais Do-Do in Los Angeles, CA. There will be performances by the artists who have donated their time and talent to “Elysium Sessions.” Artists include: Tim Jones of Truth & Salvage Co. & Mike Brown Featuring Lissie, Nura Creitz, Jennifer Paskow, Jesse Emanuel Macht, Rusty de la Croix featuring the Thad’s Church Band, Kim DiVine, Gayle Day, and many more. Doors open at 8pm.

About SongCauze:
Founded by Michael Coulter, owner of the music and sound design studio Confidence Head, the SongCauze mission is to use music to benefit the lives of the less fortunate.

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