We are excited and honored to announce that many incredible Up with People songwriters have come together for a day of music in honor of every health hero, essential worker, and those directly affected by COVID-19. Join Up with People and this amazing group of individuals for a 90-minute international music special, Heart & Home airing LIVE from the Up with People Facebook page on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 12:00 PM (MDT).
Heart & Home: UWP Songwriters Tribute
We are counting down the days until Heart & Home: UWP Songwriters Tribute – and we want you to be a part of the experience!We are searching for contributors who are on the frontline during these challenging times for a chance to be a part of our big event. If you are a health professional or essential worker, share a video in the comments below of you at work waving to the camera. Do you have a friend or family member you would like to have be a part of the tribute? Tag them in the comments below to share their video!
Posted by Up with People on Friday, May 8, 2020
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So looking forward to this event!! Great idea!!! While we can all hear our fav singers it’s super special to hear the writers sing!!!!
The 1965 Up With People song, “Water for a thirsty land” would be very relevant now. (Late May 2020)
I can’t find a recording anywhere. (The music is on musicnotes.com)
We (Cast A) sang this in 1967-68, all around the country, in Clevland when Martin L. King was killed, in Harlem when Robert Kennedy was killed, in fancy auditoriums, military bases, and in the papal theatre in Rome. More timely than ever. Ron Usher (Cast A 67-68)