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PARMALEE AIDS STORM RELIEF EFFORTS

Stoney Creek RecordsParmalee, an act that calls the Tarheel state home, has released a new song to raise money for victims of Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas.

Band member Matt Thomas, moved by the storm’s destruction, wrote “Down Town (Hurricane Florence Relief Song)” and local TV channels offered footage for the video to support the band’s fundraising efforts.

“It was heartbreaking to see all of the pictures and videos people back home shared of the damage caused by the storm,” Thomas said. “These people have supported us for so long, we knew we wanted to help and support them in return.

“Hearing the stories of how everybody banded together and looked out for each other, as they always do, was really inspiring and reminded me why I’m proud of where I came from, which is what this song is all about.”

Proceeds from the recording will be donated to Hurricane Florence victims through the Red Cross.

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