Taylor Hicks Records New Song to Support Children Worldwide

On April 19, 2010 Taylor Hicks sent a message from his twitter account: “I did something really cool today!”.  And he did; Taylor recorded a new song titled SOS (“Save My Body, Save My Soul”) on that same day.

The song was written by Genevieve Rose, Ambassador, SOS Children’s Villages-USA to enhance awareness of children in need worldwide.  SOS is the world’s largest charity dedicated to orphaned and abandoned children.  The charity works for children in 132 countries all over the world.

Produced by the team at Forge Recording in Oreland, PA, the song will soon be released to the public. The following audio clip offers a brief preview of the song track, and of the Taylor Hicks delivery that songwriter Rose portrays as “beautiful” and “soulful”.

Both the songwriter and the Forge team are delighted with the finished recording, and describe Taylor Hicks as an enthusiastic contributor who was both personable and professional in studio. Mr. Hicks is excited to headline an upcoming concert on September 26th at the Kimmel Center/Verizon Hall in Philadelphia where he will perform the SOS song live.

Audio clip: http://chirb.it/p9KwGG

Taylor Hicks with songwriter Genevieve Rose



6 Responses to Taylor Hicks Records New Song to Support Children Worldwide

  1. Cali50 says:

    The entire song is available now. It is Taylor singing, even though it lists the writer first.

    Taylor Hicks single, Save My Body, Save My Soul is available at ITunes http://bit.ly/c69e7y & Amazon.com http://amzn.to/arBRNs

  2. Diane says:

    Thanks to Taylor for contributing your talents to this worthy charity. Can’t wait to hear the whole song!

  3. madaboutu says:

    Nice to see this on the front page! I really like the snippet, and can’t wait to hear the entire song. I hope it is good both for SOS and Taylor.

  4. Judy says:

    Can’t wait to hear the full song,I think it’s going to be beautiful !

  5. bates says:

    Love what I have heard so far! And, great blog posting, too!

  6. juliegr says:

    I heard the snippet and can’t wait to hear the rest of the song. Can’t believe I woke up this morning with the refrain running though my mind — which is a good sign that there’s a good “hook” in the song.

    Good luck to SOS and thanks Taylor for lending a helping hand to the world’s smallest victims.

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