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Sheryl Crow Releases Song Dedicated To Sandy Hook Victims

12 Décembre 2017

Even before Sandy Hook Promise approached her, Sheryl tells ABC Radio that she wrote "The Dreaming Kind" in response to the October 1 Las Vegas shootings, which left 58 dead.

Sheryl Crow says she wrote "The Dreaming Kind" because of "the anger and the frustration and the disillusionment" she felt after the recent mass shootings.

The video ends with the Sandy Hook Promise website, noting that all proceeds from the song's download will benefit the organization that aims to protect kids from gun violence.

"When Sandy Hook happened, we knew it was a life-changing moment where we were going to address the idea that not everyone should be approved to own a gun, especially military-style weaponry and yet, nothing happened", Crow told People.

Crow performed the song on Good Morning America today (Dec. 11), sharing the stage with her 12-year-old niece, Ava Crow, 12, who also appears on the studio version of the track.

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In addition to Crow's song, Sandy Hook Promise released a PSA titled "Tomorrow's News", which satirizes cultural complaceny about school shootings.

"And the many, many questions that have come up even since then.I mean, it's been an ongoing dialogue about why and how this could happen". In December 2012, gunman Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children between six and seven years old and six adult staff members at the school in CT.

Another powerful film titled Evan was done by BBDO New York advertising agency for Sandy Hook Promise a year ago and featured an unexpected twist.

Last week, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and most of his fellow House Republicans, along with several Democrats, passed a bill to expand concealed-carry rights.

Members of Connecticut's legislative delegation are participating in "Days of Kindness" this week, events created to recognize the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings.

Sheryl Crow Releases Song Dedicated To Sandy Hook Victims