Click: https://www.melogia.com/ Sarantos releases a Singer-Songwriter Folks song near and dear to his heart called "A Missión of Heart". Written by Sarantos, this song is about a man on a
mission to change the world, and to make it a better place./nSarantos tries to help others every day with his primary day job. One day, when it is revealed to the world what Sarantos does for a
living, fans will probably finally understand and appreciate where Sarantos has been coming from and his mission will make a little more sense. The importance of not constantly thinking about
one's own self and material possessions is an important message and one that is not frequently stressed enough in today's world. The charities that Sarantos works with are all noble and
trying to make a difference. Sarantos encourages all of his fans to take 5 minutes out of their day to try and do something nice for those less fortunate. He tries to lead by example and urges all
musicians to join this cause. Together, a difference can be made. As Sarantos routinely says on radio interviews, how much money do you really need? How many new cars do you truly need? There are many
in the world that do not have the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing and shelter. How many of us can truly say we are in that same situation?/n33% of any music-related sales profits from
this song are going straight to Heart to Heart International./nAdditional Links:
Click: http://www.melogia.com New Folk Indie Top 40 song "What If I Never See You Again" by Sarantos.
Questions that will run through one's mind as they deal with the death of a parent are too numerous to list. Sarantos knows this firsthand since his father passed away after a long, hard fought
battle with lung cancer. Sarantos captures the essence of this frustration and exasperation one sleepless night and this folk song was born. The song, melody, rhythm and length fit the mood and feel
of this tortured night./n33% of any music-related sales profits from this song are going straight to The National Center For Fathering. /nAdditional Links:
“This music video is about immigrants and the challenges they encounter every day," says Sarantos. “Can you imagine leaving the comforts of your homeland and moving by yourself or with a
spouse or child to go to a foreign land, not knowing the language and not having any money in your pockets? I can't even imagine something that drastic! My parents were both immigrants and I
recall the bias against them. They worked hard, bothered no one and only cared about helping me live a better life. Is there a cause more just or noble? America is still the land of opportunity. I
have such a profound level of respect and admiration for any and all immigrants who legally try to make America their adopted home!”
33% of any music-related sales profits from this song are going straight to Feed My Starving Children.
Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit organization committed to feeding God’s children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: children and adults hand-pack meals specifically
formulated for malnourished children, and they ship these meals to nearly 70 countries around the world. Sarantos even participated in one of these packing sessions on a cold Chicago night last month!