Legendary Steve Kekana featured in earth and water preservation song

In celebration of Arbor Week, South Africans are called upon to plant indigenous trees as a practical gesture that is symbolic of promoting sustainable living as well as environmental management.

Preserving the earth and conserving water go hand in hand. You can’t sustain one without the other.

It is an opportune time to raise awareness about the water shortages in South Africa ans well as the rest of the world.

In essence, “There is no green, without blue”, Sylvia Earl.

Featuring the soulful vocal talent of legendary South African singer Steve Kekana, the song was written by internationally acclaimed South African composer, Terry Dempsey shortly before his tragic passing earlier this year.

At heart, this recording is also about honouring the wishes and memory of Terry Dempsey. It resonates a passionate and universal appeal to protect the beauty of our planet and the natural resources at risk, particularly water that we depend on for daily survival.

Terry Dempsey’s success as a composer included writing the UK #1 smash hit “Daydreamer”for David Cassidy; “Love is A Beautiful Song’’ for Dave Mills, which went to #1 in Canada,South Africa and Australia; “Le Mal Aimé” recorded by Claude François which was a #1 chart topper in France, and “Spider Spider” by Tidal Wave and “Kentucky Blues” sung by Lauren Copley, which were both #1 hits in South Africa.

Keep Our World Alive” is endorsed by Water Shortage South Africa NPChttps://www.watershortagesa.com/  an organisation established to raise awareness to water shortages in South Africa and to facilitate the resolution of this unsatisfactory state of affairs via multiple initiatives from grass roots to national levels.

Funds raised by streaming and downloading the KOWA single will be channeled to Water Shortage South Africa to assist with the important and valued work that they are doing for us all.

Keep Our World Alive’’ is produced by Grammy Award winning producer Robin Hogarth.

Image (A lawyer by profession Steve Kekana has been featured in ‘Keep Our World Alive’ single).

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