Posted on September 19, 2012

AirPlay Direct is proud to partner with The Joseph Gomoll Foundation and their independent record label, Hi How Are Ya? Records in association with Omnivore Recordings.  They produce Joey’s Song, a series of compilation CDs featuring rare and unreleased music from nationally and internationally known, award-winning artists. The CDs are named in honor of Joey Gomoll, who passed away in March of 2010. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of Joey’s Song music and merchandise is donated to deserving charitable organizations which focus on seizure-related disorders or special needs children.

Artists on Joey’s Song Volume 2 include Rosanne Cash, Pete Droge, Sam Phillips, Mark Olson,  Gary Louris and many more. Joey’s Songs for Kids Volume 2 features  Martha Davis, The Knack, The Baseball Project, Sam Llanas, Freedy Johnson and the Handsome Family.


“We are proud to have this opportunity to partner with The Joseph Gomoll Foundation and Joey’s Song in getting out the word out about the great work they are doing for children and also to bring the music of these great artists, who feel the same as we do about this cause, to our radio station members so they also can spread the word about Joey’s Song when they play these songs.” Michael Harnett/President – AirPlay Direct

“Joey’s Song could not be more grateful for the support of AirPlay Direct.  They have spent untold personal time with us to ensure our account and releases were set up in a manner that will allow our message to reach as many people as possible.  AirPlay Direct’s platform is incredibly easy to use and provides tools that will allow us to track our success and build important relationships within the industry.  I would highly recommend their services to any artist or label.”  Kevin Baird/Executive Director – The Joseph Gomoll Foundation



About the Joseph Gomoll Foundation/Joey’s Song:

The Joseph Gomoll Foundation was established to raise money and awareness for special needs children and all those who suffer from seizures disorders. Our goal is to raise money that can be used for research, treatment and support of those affected by this terrible affliction.  The generous, talented artists who donated their art to Joey’s Song have made possible contributions to such diverse charities as The Epilepsy Foundation of America, C.U.R.E., The Dravet Syndrome Foundation, Gio’s Garden, Musicians on Call, and Orphans Resource International.

Because music was the centerpiece of Joey’s world, there is no better way for us to raise money in his name than through music. It is our hope that by producing the Joey’s Song series of CDs, we are able to take one family’s personal tragedy and make something good come from it.  We hope that those who listen to, and purchase, Joey’s Song will not only enjoy the incredible music, but will also feel good knowing that their purchase is helping others.  If you would like further information about Joey’s Song, please contact Kevin Baird at


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