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Listen to the Songs of Hank Fellows

Hank's newest inspirational song. A soaring ballad of faith and hope.

A song of perseverance and hope in the face of life's hardships.

Love overcomes all obstacles in this powerful ballad.

Hank's reflection on the Holocaust, and more recent examples of genocide around the world. First public performance: the New Jersey State House in April 2006.

An ode to Gloucester, MA, America's oldest seaport. First performed at the Gloucester Seafood Festival in September 2002.

A fun, upbeat song about living in The Big Apple. First performed in New York City public schools in May 2007.

A song of love, hope, and remembrance.

Hank's songs "The Spirit of America" and "Halfway to Heaven" were performed at the Baltimore Maryland Firefighters Academy during the dedication of a piece of World Trade Center steel at the Academy, July 2011.

A young vocalist performed "Halfway to Heaven" at a central Nevada ceremony commemorating the 10th Anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001.

"The Spirit of America" and "One Heart, One Voice" being performed by students in Joplin, Missouri at a Veterans Day Concert. Hank attended this Concert, Nov. 2006, and spoke to the audience about these songs that he wrote after 9/11/01.

Hank Fellows with a 4th and 5th Grade Chorus that performed "The Tree of Life", "The Spirit of America", and "New York City" at a Borough Hall concert in New York City, May 2007.


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