Nu-Blu single to benefit Duke Children’s Hospital

Nu-BluNorth Carolina grassers Nu-Blu are using the release of their new single, Family Quilt, to help raise money for Duke Children’s Hospital in Durham, NC. Duke is a nationally-recognized facility that cares for a large percentage of seriously ill children in central North Carolina.

The song, by Jeff Walter and Deborah Berwyn, is the second single from the band’s debut Pinecastle album, The Blu-Disc. It tells of the connections that exist within a family, much like the threads that hold a quilt together.

Family Quilt: []

A free download of the track is being offered through August 25 to anyone making an online donation to Duke Children’s through the Nu-Blu web site or Facebook page. 100% of the proceeds will be presented to the hospital at the conclusion of this campaign.

Nu-Blu guitarist Daniel Routh, whose wife (and bass player) Carolyn sings the song, says…

“On behalf of Nu-Blu, we would like to thank so many people that have helped us, both in our music careers and on a personal level. We are so excited to be able partner with Duke Children’s to be able to help children and their families that are going through these life-altering events.

Please join with us and become part of our Family Quilt.”

In addition to a free track download, fans who submit a donation online will also receive valuable coupons from participating sponsors.

Radio programmers may download the track from Airplay Direct.

Share this:

About the Author

John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.