THE MIRACULOUS LOVE KIDS “FLY LIKE AN EAGLE” FEATURING SAMMYHAGAR & CHAD KROEGER (NICKELBACK) OUT TODAY ON ALL DIGITAL PLATFORMS
JUNE 4th, 2021 – The Miraculous Love Kids, led by founder Lanny Cordola, has released its new single “Fly Like An Eagle” today via New Ocean Media. The song features vocals from Sammy Hagar and Chad Kroeger of Nickelback. Also featured on the Steve Miller classic is bassist Nathan East (Stevie Wonder, Phil Collins, Eric Clapton), keyboardist Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, Wallflowers, Soul Asylum), keyboardist Gary Griffin (Brian Willson, The Beach Boys), drummer Kris Myers (Umphrey’s Mcgee) and guitarist Todd Shea.
A video for the song can be viewed at this location: https://youtu.be/C3MBeIiw4KM
For “Fly Like An Eagle,” Cordola connected with Sammy Hagar, a force of pure rock and roll goodness. On this sonic prayer for a more compassionate humanity, the singer’s role in getting the message of The Miraculous Love Kids movement to the forefront of global awareness is a win-win for everyone.
“I’m proud of what you’re doing,” the one-time Van Halen frontman told the group after completing his vocal track. “Stay strong and fly like an eagle….”
Lanny Cordola reflects on why this song was chosen: “The simple yet powerful message behind ‘Fly Like An Eagle’ has never been more relevant and important, especially in war-torn, poverty-stricken places like Afghanistan. With its urgent call to ‘feed the babies who have no food to eat, shoe the children with no shoes on their feet, house the people living in the street,’ the eagle surveys the landscape and realizes that none of us can truly be free until we address the most pressing matters of the human condition — food, clothing, and shelter.”
The girls featured in this video have all suffered from the wreckage of poverty, war, discrimination, and other hardships. They have worked the mean streets of Kabul and witnessed firsthand the debris of human cruelty and indifference. Now, through the power of love and music, there is hope, joy, and truth emanating from every fiber of their being.
“Fly Like An Eagle” is dedicated to the nearly 100 Afghan girls who died in a recent school bomb attack in Kabul.
Music at its highest level gives rise to these fundamental human creeds and to the philosophy of The Miraculous Love Kids: “It shouldn’t hurt to be a child.”
According to the United Nations, over 20,000 children perish every day because of poverty and war. The goal of The Miraculous Love Kids is to help end this horrible human catastrophe.
For more information and to make a donation, go to miraculouslovekids.org.