Zack Shelton & 64 To Grayson’s “Christmas In September” to Benefit Allen Family

The loss of a loved one is always tragic, the loss of a child is a thought no parent wishes to think of. Unfortunately, the Allen family in Cincinnati has recently endured the loss of their two and a half year old son, Brody Allen, to brain cancer.

The community came together for the Allen family in September and brought the little man his very own Christmas. Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson was moved by this act of kindness and wrote the song “Christmas in September”.

The song is one that will bring you to your knees in humble appreciation for what you have, who is in your life. Life isn’t to “young” to be taken away, and this song tells Brody’s story. A story of a strong boy who fought and who loved, and most importantly was loved beyond measure.

“No leaves have fallen yet, but the scenes already set with the tinsel, lights and star upon the tree. The carols we sing out, to see the smile on a child who’s spread more than that most do, before he turned three. To give the family a gift that they’ll remember, this year we’re celebrating Christmas in September.”

The proceeds from the single go directly 100% o the Allen family to support them with their expenses that the family has acquired. Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson are giving back to a cause that is close to their hearts.

To download the single and help support the Allen family during this difficult time click HERE to get the song and learn more about Brody Allen.

 

You can read more of Brody’s story here: https://mystar933.com/impacting-lives/bringing-christmas-to-teambrody/

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