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“United (To Save the World)” By Kate Magdalena Is Selected For BWH Music Group’s ‘On Peace Street

“United (To Save the World)" by Kate Magdalena Is Selected For BWH Music Group’s ‘On Peace Street,’ A Compilation Album Featuring Emerging and Exceptional Independent Artists Sharing Songs About Peace and Social Justice.

(Sebastopol, California)

About “United (To Save the World)” by Kate Magdalena

"United (To Save the World)" is a song written for all who care about the future of our world. From clean air to clean water, from the right to natural foods, to the rights of all people to live in freedom, our world has challenges like never before.

Deborah Whitman, environmental activist, wrote the lyrics, and Kate Magdalena set it to music. The song was recorded at Studio E, in Sebastopol, CA, by Jeff Martin in the summer of 2017. "United" looks above whatever beliefs may divide us, focusing instead on the necessities for life that unite us into a common humanity.

"We are united to save the world. Peace and no more wars. Water that is pure, food that nourishes our bodies. Air that is fresh and clean, is that too much to ask for? We are united to save the world, we are people for change. We will preserve the future, for our children, and for all living things." -- Deborah Whitman

About Kate Magdalena

Kate grew up to the sounds of music on Broadway in New York City, during the 1970's exploding singer-songwriter, folk, rock, and psychedelic music scene, featuring Crosby Stills and Nash, The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, and so many more artists who continue to inspire listeners worldwide.

Kate was a child of the ‘60’s, and when she came of age, she moved from the East Coast to San Francisco on a quest to discover the meaning of her life. Kate’s journey was an unusual one in that she did many other things before turning to music as her central career focus, and traveling many paths to arrive at where she is now.

She adores teaching children and has done so as a music and classroom teacher. She was a hospital chaplain, bringing healing music to patients, and most important of all, she is a mother to two beloved children, with her husband Randall. Kate calls the Bay Area her home.

Drawn to many different styles of music, she became enchanted by Irish-Canadian artist Loreena McKennitt, who conjures a lost world with her harp and singing. Kate intends to do the same. She is also enamored of artists like Rachel Platten, Sara Bareilles, and the controversial Sinead O’Connor, and many others.

For Kate, “Singing is a way to bring what is inside, outside. It is to make the invisible audible. It can change minds and soften hearts. I believe that music is part of every cell of the human body; and that we can use music to reach others in ways words cannot.” Kate has an ability to move her listeners with her voice, to bring healing and joy. Her songwriting began through her poetry writing, and by setting a few poems to music, by great poets like WB Yeats and Robert Frost, and then in discovering a love of writing which came from her own heart.

Kate was raised in era in which people looked to the arts and music to inspire social activism. Like Dylan’s great songs, Kate’s songs address some of the pressing issues of our own day. She also sings of unity, hope, loss, and of the power of prayer in dealing with life’s many challenges. And she hopes that her own pursuit of her dream at age 62 might inspire others to follow their own cherished dreams regardless of barriers.

For more information on Kate Magdalena, please visit her website.


About BWH Music Group

BWH Music Group works with today's best emerging independent artists to achieve common goals in sound and artist promotions offering Recording Services, Compilation Releases, Music Public Relations, and National Indie Radio. A sought-after post-production studio for independent artists, "BWH Music Group has become synonymous with hosting some of the biggest and brightest young stars on their roster."- (GasHouse Radio). “


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