“The Drought” Live and Dramatic

April 7th, 2014 | Categories: Uncategorized | Video

Dearly Devoted,

Here is the 2nd video in the live performance series my wife and I have created.  “The Drought” is from last years album release  “What Is Real”  and was inspired by a radio program I had heard on NPR that discussed our dwindling water resources. As the population increases, large corporations and some of the wealthy 1% are buying up large amounts of clean water supplies in hopes of selling it back to us.  I have listed some resources I found about water problems if you are interested in knowing more, however I still couldn’t find the exact program that inspired the song. I hope you enjoy this dramatic live performance of “The Drought” and if you do please spread the word.  I need your help to be successful.

May your journey be a good one.

Humbly Thankful,

Paul Chase Jr

For more info and programs on water shortage issues follow the links below.

1. http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Water/Water_Privateers_BG.html

2. https://stateimpact.npr.org/texas/2013/08/02/how-10-western-cities-are-dealing-with-water-scarcity-and-drought/

3. http://knau.org/post/pipe-dreams-part-1-water-czar-leaves-big-legacy-and-lessons-dry-southwest

4. http://www.npr.org/2011/12/12/143587133/as-global-population-grows-water-matters-more

5. http://www.sriconference.com/2010/agendaDetail.jsp?eventId=465 You can listen to an interview with Simran Sethi and Maude Barlow right here: http://www.sriconference.com/2010/audio/GS-03.mp3


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One Response

  1. Bridgett says:

    I love this song!