Jeremy Rosado, American Idol Finalist, Releases "Hope for Tomorrow"
to Benefit Project HOPE's Recovery Efforts in the Philippines
How many times do you have to fail before you give up? Is it two? Or maybe four? For Jeremy Rosado, giving up is not an option as evidenced by his extraordinary perseverance in becoming an American Idol finalist. And this passion and drive has also led Jeremy to sign with AIC Records, record his first full album with the Grammy award-winning songwriter and producer, Aaron Rice, and becoming the national spokesperson for Project HOPE. Not bad for a guy from Valrico, Florida who always hung on to his dreams.
Jeremy has been spending the last few months in Nashville, Tennessee recording his new project for AIC Records, No Ordinary Moments that will be released nationwide in spring 2014. One of the songs on the album, "Hope for Tomorrow," has now become an anthem for Project HOPE and their relief efforts in the Philippines following the devastating typhoon that struck the area this past fall.
Jeremy had told AIC Records President, Mike Buckley, he would like to become involved with Project HOPE’s relief efforts for the Filipinos, as they have been so supportive of him as an artist during his American Idol days and now moving forward with his new album. Buckley contacted Project HOPE and sent a copy of "Hope for Tomorrow" which led to Jeremy becoming a celebrity spokesperson for Project HOPE’s involvement in the Philippines. The song became available for purchase online January 14 and AIC Records will donate a portion of the sales to the relief effort.
“I don’t forget the people who supported me through my journey of American Idol,” said Rosado. “Their encouragement gave me strength and got me to where I am today. They gave me a brighter future, and I want to do the same for them.”
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