Proceeds to benefit The Weekend to End Breast Cancer(R) and Child Haven
TORONTO, Oct. 2 /CNW/ - Universal Music Canada's hottest new recording
artist, 20-year-old Hayley Sales, is previewing her new charity single,
"Lullaby to Change the World", at an invitation-only event at the Drake Hotel
on Friday, October 5, 2007 at 7 p.m.
What: Hayley Sales (http://hayleysales.com/bio/) will be
available to provide special advance performances of the
song and conduct media interviews to discuss:
- The SunChips(R) Start A Wave(TM) campaign and the
inspiration behind her new charity song, "Lullaby to
Change the World".
- Her experiences meeting wave-makers from across
Canada, people whose actions have created a positive
"wave" and inspired others around them.
- Her experiences launching her first album, Sunseed
(Universal Music Canada).
When: Thursday, October 4
- Available all day for remote and in-studio interviews
Friday, October 5
- Available until 12 p.m. for remote and in-studio
interviews and performances
- Available in the evening for interviews at the Drake
Hotel event (Note: wave-makers appearing in the
documentary will also be available at the Drake Hotel
Background: "Lullaby to Change the World" was inspired by Hayley's
involvement in the SunChips Start A Wave campaign, a
campaign that celebrates Canada's wave-makers, people
whose individual actions, no matter what size, have
created a positive "wave" and inspired those around them.
Proceeds from the purchase of "Lullaby to Change the
World" from iTunes Canada will be donated to The Weekend
To End Breast Cancer(R) and Child Haven.
Hayley kicked off the SunChips Start A Wave campaign in
May by traveling to Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary
and Vancouver to meet some of Canada's wave-makers and
experience each person's wave first-hand as she learned
about their efforts to support the causes they are most
passionate about. Hayley's journey, and the stories of
each of the wave-makers she visited, is featured in a
one-hour documentary called, "Making Waves", airing on
the W Network on October 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
For further information:
For further information: To schedule an interview or RSVP to the event,
please contact: Stella Mok, Fleishman-Hillard Canada, (416) 645-3666,
firstname.lastname@example.org; Rohini Mukherji, Fleishman-Hillard Canada, (416)