Nashville singer-songwriter Randy McLellan has just released a single in honor of Avery Canahuati, entitled “Avery’s Song.” McLellan has generously agreed to donate half the song’s proceeds to research for spinal muscular atrophy through FightSMA.
From the album notes: Across the wireless web, Avery Canahuati is touching lives all over the globe. Her blog, www.averycan.blogspot.com, has reached over 5 million in page views and continues to climb daily. For songwriter and musician Randy McLellan, one of the millions who was inspired by her life, Avery’s heart-wrenching story brought on a tear, several moments of silence… and then a melody. / After receiving a rough guitar-vocal track via facebook message, Avery’s dad, Mike, asked Randy to sell the song on iTunes and donate a portion of the profits back to SMA Research (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) – the disease that brought Avery’s precious life to a close at only 5 months of age. Now, with beautiful instrumentation, and fully mastered from a professional studio in Nashville, TN (Ragtop Recording), Avery’s Song is ready for purchase, and half of the proceeds will be donated to SMA Research and awareness. Please purchase Avery’s Song today and support the research and the fight against Spinal Muscular Atrophy.