GRAMMY Consideration for R&B/Soul Singer Michael Minelli and Guitarist David Veslocki for New Original Song “Blind”

United States, California, Los Angeles – 07-10-2020 — NYC/Los Angeles – Amid a global pandemic and societal change with Black Lives Matter protests across the US in response to George Floyd’s tragically unjust death, this song release donates 100% of its proceeds to the Jack and Jill Foundation, which provides resources for children in black communities. “Blind” is an anthem of hope and love released last week by Michael Minelli and guitarist David Veslocki in collaboration with producer Patrick Giguere that sounds like John Legend meets Jimi Hendrix with a rock-solid melody to inspire change over the landscape of today’s climate. Released through the label Sapphire, which is distributed by KMG and powered by The Orchard, “Blind” is now up for GRAMMY consideration.

Minelli’s vocals are boundless with their technique and beautifully resonate while perfectly complemented by Veslocki’s tasteful, complex yet simple guitar playing. The two produce a symphony of sound that carries the message through and Giguere delivers a clean, transparent master that only amplifies the song, a hallmark of a great producer. A strong coalition of music industry labels came together to create the vision of “Blind” including KMG powered by The Orchard, Sapphire, and Unlmtd Soul, each waiving all of their share of the profits to donate to the Jack and Jill Foundation’s efforts. Follow this link to purchase the song and support the cause:

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