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The Moon is a Kite by Ann Hampton Callaway

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Album Title: The Moon is a Kite
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021


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About the Album

Tony nominee and Platinum selling songwriter, Ann Hampton Callaway, releases the latest in a string of singles called "The Moon is a Kite." The song originated from a poem she wrote in her #ahcpoemaday series on June 10, 2021. Arts Angel Debra DeMartini commissioned Ann to create a song and the result was an enchanted jazz waltz celebrating the benefits of keeping an imaginative life view to support the spirit during challenging times. This song will ultimately be part of a lot awaited CD of Ann's original songs due later this year. The song, released on June 25, 2021, is available on iTunes, Apple Music,, Spotify and all streaming platforms. To follow Ann on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, subscribe to her YouTube channel, get tickets to her live shows, livestreams and more, go to "THE MOON IS A KITE" CREDITS: "The Moon Is A Kite" written by Ann Hampton Callaway Produced by Paul Viapiano & Trey Henry for The Chemistry Set Arranged by Trey Henry Engineers: Paul Viapiano, Jim Brady, Charley Pollard Mix: Paul Viapiano Acoustic guitar, hi-strung guitar: Paul Viapiano Acoustic bass: Trey Henry Piano: Christian Jacob Drums: Ray Brinker Percussion: Brian Kilgore Vocal: Ann Hampton Callaway

Track Listing

The Moon is a Kite


Ann Hampton Callaway
voice / vocals
Trey Henry
bass, acoustic
Brian Kilgore 

Date featured

July 18, 2021

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