ASBURY PARK, N.J., July 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- To raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, prominent New Jersey performers once again rise to the occasion. The anthemic song, " Restore The Shore", written by shore singer/songwriter Lisa Bouchelle, will raise funds for the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, which is chaired by the wife of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The song, released under the name " Lisa Bouchelle & Friends," is available through iTunes, or through the website www.restoretheshoresong.org . It is being released by the new label Trash Can Dreams Records, and digitally distributed via INGrooves/Fontana Distribution.
The song was mixed by renowned producer Michael Barbiero, who is noted for his work on the Guns 'N Roses classic album "Appetite For Destruction," as well as releases by John Lennon, Metallica, Counting Crows, Three Doors Down, Maroon 5, and more.
Featured performers include:Garry Tallent ( Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band) - Bass Jerry Gaskill (King's X) - Drums Bobby Bandiera (Bon Jovi) - Guitar Lorenza Ponce ( Sheryl Crow, Dixie Chicks, Bon Jovi) - Violin John Popper (Blues Traveler) - HarpSouthside Johnny ( Asbury Jukes) - VocalsGary US Bonds - Vocals Glen Burtnik (Styx, The Orchestra) - Vocals Winston Roye (Soul Asylum) - Vocals John Easdale (Dramarama) - Vocals Lisa Bouchelle - Vocals Jay Siegal (The Tokens of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" fame) – Vocals Steve Forbert - VocalsFiona - Vocals Christine Martucci - Vocals Ernie White – Vocals Lisa Sherman - Vocals Jimmy Maraventano (Jimmy & the Parrots) - VocalsAdditional vocals by Pat Guadagno, Corey Wagar, Keith Roth, Bob Burger, Lee Mrowicki, and Hal Selzer. Additional guitars by Scott Rednor, Stephen DeAcutis, and a multi-platinum artist who wishes to remain anonymous. "Restore The Shore" c 2013 by Lisa Bouchelle/ Bill Frankel. Produced by Stephen DeAcutis. Co-produced by Lisa Bouchelle, Hal B. Selzer, and Michael Waldman. Mixed by Michael Barbiero. Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound. Lisa Bouchelle and other performers (depending on schedule availability) are available for interviews and performance appearances. Contact HBS Music at (609) 448-7179 or HBSMusicMgt@aol.com. SOURCE HBS Music