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King Iso shares powerful message with “Way You Are”

Continuing to spit straight from the heart, King Iso serves up a powerful new single and music video entitled “Way You Are” via Strange Music. He discusses his son’s Autism, his own OCD, and other neurodivergences without filter—and with the true empathy and eternal love of a father. It stands …

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Charity-Produced Country Single ‘SPECTRUM STRUGGLE’ Raises Awareness of Adult Autism

GRIP Charity creates awareness and representation in new country indie-folk anthem dedicated to supporting autistic adults in their struggle for independence Listen now: Spectrum Struggle (Official Music Video) ‘Spectrum Struggle’, released in October 2020, is a poignant country indie-folk record that explores the daily challenges experienced by adults with autism. …

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Award-winning Local Non-Profit Overcomes Social Distancing With Virtual Autism Open Mic

Band Together Pittsburgh creates music programs for people on the autism spectrum. Co-founders John Vento and Ron “Moondog” Esser are Communitas Award Winners. With Corona quarantines and social sequestering putting a temporary end to most group gatherings, live concert performances and non-essential events, one local organization has managed to adapt …

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Rock Veteran And Country Chart-Topper Receive International Recognition For Charitable Organizations

Top 20 iTunes rocker John Vento and Pittsburgh club owner Ron Esser, along with #1 radio chart country artist Richard Lynch are Communitas Award Winners. MTS Management Group is happy to announce John Vento and Ron “Moondog” Esser, along with Richard Lynch, are 2020 Communitas Awards Excellence Winners for their work with Band Together …

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Local Mom And Pittsburgh Musicians “Band Together” To Raise Autism Awareness With Benefit Single

Band Together Pittsburgh is releasing an Autism Awareness single. “Differently Abled Man” was penned by Lisa Satira Brozek, for her son, Christopher. “My very intelligent son, stuck in this shell we call Autism. If he was able to tell us how he feels and express himself to me and to …

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