Wade's single, Is It Already Time, will be supported by a video
I don't have much information on this. Just that Wade dropped by the house to pick up some pics from earlier in his career to be used in the video. We'll just keep on the look-out.
Contact your local station and request Is It Already Time?
This is an incomplete list of the stations that Wade has called.
Check to see if your local station was called: Radio Tour
Encourage others to make that donation to the Colon Cancer Alliance by downloading the song. It can be downloaded at most digital distribution sites, including Amazon.com and iTunes. Here is a direct link to the iTunes page. All proceeds will benefit the Colon Cancer Alliance.
For more information you can find excellent in-depth articles at these sites:
Wade Hayes Wins Cancer Fight, Talks 'Time' Single & Rush of Support
Old Friends Come Together for Wade Hayes
Cancer survivor Wade Hayes finds renewed life purpose, releases ...
Former Columbia Staffers Re-Group To Help Their Old Friend Wade Hayes
All Access Music Group
Wade performed at the Music Leadership Nashville Awards Event
Music Leadership Nashville recently honored 3 outstanding artists: Charlie Daniel, Vince Gill and Randy Owen with the Dale Franklin Award. A star-studded event was held at the War Memorial Building. Wade was a surprise presenter to Randy Owen. On stage with some children from St. Jude's, he sang "Angels Among Us." That had to be a very touching moment for Randy.
Great news - the last blood work showed no markers for cancer; the last scan showed no tumors. He's a walking miracle. No cancer. God is good.
The Undy 5000
Undy 5000 run/walk to benefit the Colon Cancer Alliance was held on October 20th in downtown Nashville. Yes, that is "Undy." Participants were encouraged to run in their boxers, and they had free ones to give away, courtesy of Dulcolax. (There were a lot of puns associated wih this event.)
Charlie and Nan Kelly were the chief promotors of the run. Nan is an on-air personality for GAC-TV and Charlie is a Grammy winning session musician. Charlie's colon cancer was detected early and successfully treated in his 40s - family history nudged him to get checked before he was 50. He has sponsored a yearly benefit concert for the Colon Cancer Alliance. This year, the run was added.
Wade had the opportunity to talk with the runner's about his experience with cancer. And for fun - he fired the shot that started the race. He vowed that he would be running with them next year. Our team, Walking for Wade, had a $500 goal to raise and exceeded it by $180. Very good for a week's effort. We placed in the Top 10 (#9). We've been promised more notice next year. Those from the Colon Cancer Alliance headquarters said the Nashville event was an outstanding first year effort.
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