The first song written by top songwriters and their fans, "Easy Breezy", will be released to the general public and the entire Who Dat Nation on Thursday, October 30th at Bobby Hebert’s Cajun Cannon Restaurant and Bar during a special event from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. before the Saints / Panthers game on national TV. All proceeds from the release of the song will benefit Children’s Hospital and Team Gleason.
Back in September, in a most unique songwriting session at Children’s Hospital, top Louisiana songwriter/musicians, Rockin’ Dopsie Jr, Steve Blaze, Lynn Drury and Scott Lee Tully teamed up with Children’s Hospital patients and audience members to write the song “Easy Breezy”, an uplifting anthem inspired by local Who Dat fan Debbie Pennington. The songwriters and producers of “Easy Breezy” will unveil the song for the first time during the event prior to releasing the song regionally and nationally.
“Easy Breezy” is a wonderful gumbo of genres featuring Dopsie's unique Zydeco influence and off the charts energy, Blaze's bad to the bone Rock and Roll, Drury's heartfelt Soul and Grit, and Tully's smooth Americana/Country sound. Everyone involved with this unique project hopes that the song will not only raise funds for Children’s Hospital and Team Gleason, but will help turn around the Saints season and inspire the entire Who Dat Nation. The event is free and open to the entire family and everyone is encouraged to participate in this unique interactive musical experience by bringing a small percussion instrument of any kind and jamming with the artists.