Rocking For Charity! ‘Just Fight (Ally’s Song)’ by SPiN

What if $1 could buy you a great song, and help save a life? Would you pay that dollar?

SPiN wrote and released a song called Just Fight (Ally’s Song) in response to a terrifying accident that happened to little girl called Ally Turner. Ally’s parents responded by creating a foundation to help with education, prevention, and support. You can read the full story on the Just Fight Foundation’s website, but here’s a quote from that site summing it up:

The Just Fight Foundation was formed in response to this tragic accident experienced by the Turner family on December 8, 2015, when Allyson, then age 7, sustained a traumatic brain injury. Allyson’s parents, both trained in CPR, immediately began to perform CPR on Allyson, an act which saved Allyson’s life. The Turner family was inspired by the outpouring of support from family, friends, community and the resources provided by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and resolved to create an organization that would promote emergency preparedness in their community and beyond, educate the public in lifesaving techniques, and provide support for families facing life-altering events due to illness or injury.

The proceeds from purchases of SPiN’s single Just Fight (Ally’s Song) go to the Just Right Foundation. So your dollar can help save a life. And the song is really good!

Meet the Band:

SpiN
SPiN

E – Lead Vocals/Guitar
Jim – Vocals/Synths/Piano
Lou – Drums/Percussion
Hank – Guitar/Vocals

 

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Don’t forget to support the Just Fight Foundation! Download Just Fight (Ally’s Song) on Bandcamp for only one dollar!

Just Fight

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