Nashville Songwriter Pens Haiti Benefit Song

Nashville singer/songwriter Les Richardson has written “Haiti’s Song” to benefit the victims of the massive earthquake that took place in Haiti two weeks ago.

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Fans can download the song from Les’ MySpace page, myspace.com/lesrichardson, and all proceeds go to assist the people of Haiti. The song has been receiving airplay in the Pacific Northwest and other radio outlets. Les is currently one of the house acts at the Jack Daniel’s Saloon at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville as well as the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Music City. He also has two songs scheduled to be released on MTV’s Rock Band video game in March.

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