Brian Frazier and friends record for WM3 fund | Rock Candy

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Brian Frazier and friends record for WM3 fund

Posted By on Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 11:27 AM


During a recent trip to Massachusetts for a wedding, local singer-songwriter Brian Frazier and friends left, in a nutshell, with a few crazy stories and a new song co-written by members of the wedding party.

The crazy stories, they're available here, in Thick Syrup Records' newest, "This American Life"-esque, podcast.

And the new track, "Nantucket Song," can be found here.

The twist? The wedding party are all involved in West Memphis 3 activism and Lorri Davis, wife of Damien, was part of the Massachusetts crew. While the track is available for free, they're asking for $2-$10 donations that will go towards the Damien Echols Defense Fund. Donate here.



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