TAMPA, FLORIDA – 1 November, 2016 – Written from the vantage point of speaking to 5-year-old Phoebe Jonchuck, whose father John Jonchuck Jr. threw her from the Dick Misener Bridge, St. Petersburg, Florida, back in January 2015. Symbolizing triumph over tragedy, VECA Records recording group, Soul Reason, releases the Creed Warner penned song, “Sing Me Home”.
In the recent past, the world has witnessed several tragic events, from the passing away of celebrities and musicians, natural calamities, the event ridden Olympics to the terrible shootings at the Orlando night club and a boy attacked by an alligator. “Sing Me Home” ties into the story of the girl, and also transforms into a song that people would like to listen to when the world appears a dark place and they yearn to see the light of hope.
It’s the song that could be played along with news or features carrying tragic stories. The song also creates a feel-good effect and assures listeners that someone is watching from the top and will ensure that good things follow the bad ones. The accompanying video carries clips of such tragedies, allowing viewers to come to terms with them and slowly heal themselves.
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/nywAX87Vgb0
Founded in April 2016, Soul Reason is an American Christian singing group based in Florida. The all-male group consists of Danny Green, Andre Edward, Jeff Henderson, Andrew Boone, Mike Medina and Roger Mike II. The song lyrics are composed by Creed Warner who is also the President of its releasing label, VECA Records. Creed Warner’s ‘Until You’ was nominated for the 2015 CVA Award for ‘Best Contemporary Song of the Year’.
VECA Records is a Christian based record label based in Tampa, Florida. Soul Reason hopes that the song will inspire and heal anyone who experiences tragedy and that it will serve as a soundtrack for joy or success over a challenging circumstance.