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Date:4/10/2009

ACTOR AND MUSICIAN JACK BLACK DEBUTS NEW SONG IN VIDEO FOR AUTISM PROJECT PRODUCED BY LEGENDARY STEPHEN STILLS

CHILD STAR WYATT ISAACS SINGS SONG

HARMONIZING WITH HUMANITY ANNOUNCES NEW COMPANY AT A PRESS CONFERENCE TO SUPPORT IMPORTANT CAUSES ON SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 2009

LOS ANGELES, April 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The following was released today by Harmonizing with Humanity:

WHO: Child stars from the HBO Emmy award-winning film Autism: The Musical include: Adam Walden; Wyatt Isaacs and Neal Katz. Performance by Melissa Manchester and other celebrity guests: Steven Seagal, Nia Peeples and Jeff Doucette. Hosted by Freddie Ravel (Earth, Wind & Fire) and child star presenter, Taylor Cross (co-director of Normal People Scare Me produced by Joey Travolta), Randy Grossman (VP, Harmonizing with Humanity), Elaine Hall (Founder and Director for The Miracle Project) and non-profit recipients. Grammy-award winning artists (written for and performed with stars like Madonna, Michael McDonald, Amy Grant, Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, Bonnie Raitt, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and many more) will perform several original songs for the album launch debuting "The Life That's Chosen Me" (specifically created for caregivers; proceeds going to autism awareness).

WHAT: Harmonizing with Humanity, a non-profit organization dedicated to unite "positive music" artists and fans who love listening announce their first initiative to support important causes. Harmonizing with Humanity is building a unique music community for the "positive music" genre. Their mission is to develop music projects that build awareness for non-profit and cause-related organizations. Proceeds of "The Life That's Chosen Me" go to outreach programs for special needs children. The new video of legendary Stephen Stills SENSITIVE, performed by actor and musician Jack Black and Wyatt Isaacs (the star of the Emmy award-winning HBO film Autism: The Musical) will debut (proceeds go to The Miracle Project, a theatre and film arts program for children with special needs and other autism enrichment programs). The album FLY: Into the World of Autism, features artists Macy Gray, Drew Seeley, Jason Alexander, Holly Robinson Peete and others performing with children who have autism. Release date, May 2009.

WHEN: Saturday, April 11, 2009 (11am-2pm)

11:00 am Red carpet arrivals

11:30 am Press Conference begins

noon Sit down lunch

1:00 Performances; Wyatt Isaacs song with Jack Black video

WHERE: Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

300 South Doheny Drive

Los Angeles, CA

CONTACT: Lisa Schneiderman of Harmonizing with Humanity, +1-503-250-4056


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