Danny Blu's campaign to help fund a documentary and web-series chronicling his upcoming tour as well as his crusade to battle teenage and cyber bullying is gaining momentum. Added encouragement has come from celebrities in the LGBTQ community.
Industrial rocker Danny Blu has launched his campaign to raise funds for the upcoming anti-bullying film documentary titled "Road to Change", and it's gaining momentum. Added encouragement has come from the LGBTQ community with celebrities such as Scott Lowell, who starred as Ted in the groundbreaking series "Queer as Folk", voicing his support in a recent Tweet to his fans urging them to help spread the word about the important message that Danny, and "Road to Change", will share.
Also climbing aboard the Blu bandwagon are singer/actor Anthony Rapp (starred as Mark Cohen in both the stage and film versions of "Rent"), singer/actress Eden Espinosa (starred as Elphaba in the musical "Wicked"), and orchestrator/director Stephen Oremus (won the 2011 Tony Award for "The Book of Mormon" for Best Orchestrations).
If you'd like to help Danny Blu in his efforts to raise funds to produce the documentary that will chronicle the stops he'll be making along the way at schools, shelters, community centers and LGBTQ organizations during his upcoming 2014 Sanctuary Tour then take a minute to go to http://igg.me/at/dannyblu. Whether it's to just see what it's all about, leave a comment, and/or make a donation to the cause of combating teenage/cyber bullying, it will be well worth your time.
For those of you in the New York City area that don't want to wait for the Sanctuary Tour to begin, or who want to hear the songs played live from Danny's latest album, "saint", you can catch Danny and the band at The Bowery Electric at 10 PM on March 19th or at Ella Lounge on April 4th, 7 PM.
Together we can help others build self-awareness, confidence and the ability to overcome pain and adversity. For more information, get updates or just simply to stay in touch, visit: http://thefactoryblu.com/.