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"Hallelujah" - A Song for Bryan Guzman

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Published on Dec 23, 2007

12/22/07- Metro

*The following is a message and dedication from Kevin Prchal of The Young Sea

It was only a year ago that I learned of life and death. To feel God's sun then feel God's arms. To sing then watch as your final breath is tossed into the air and inhaled by all those who knew and loved you. To laugh and never show it. To be loved and never know it. I woke up everyday in the face of this haunting truth, only I never stared back. Never REALLY stared back, until Bryan E. Guzman was set sail from this life.

Bryan, may this song sing loud enough for you to hear,
Kevin Prchal
www.myspace.com/theyoungsea
www.bryanhouse.org
......................................................................

We have teamed up with singers from all over Chicago
and recorded a cover of Jeff Buckleys version of "Hallelujah". It's currently streaming on our MySpace. Head on over to the website and give it a listen. If you like what you hear, hopefully you will spend a dollar to support a great song for a great cause.

The song features artists from the Chicagoland area including:
Kevin Prchal - The Young Sea
Adam Krier - American Taxi, Lucky Boys Confusion
Genevieve Schatz - Company of Thieves
Ryan O'Neal - Sleeping at Last
Mikey Russell - Wax on Radio
Dan Monahan - Last Fast Action

Bryanhouse.org is an incredible non-profit organization operated by Bryan's family. It is a cause Bryan was very passionate about, so we wanted to do anything we could to help out. The song will soon be available for download for one dollar and one hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to Bryan House, also known as the Tolbert Refugee Assistance Foundation.
Bryan House is dedicated to reuniting refugee families separated by war or persecution, without increasing their financial burden. Bryanhouse.org also helps meet emergency needs for family members that are or remain stranded abroad. The organization's home base is in Aurora, Illinois and has helped families since August of 2002.

God Bless,
The Young Sea.
www.bryanhouse.org

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