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Will this song be heard around the world?

Madison area musician Pat J. Peterson has been in the fight of his life since 2009, when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor.  Since then, he's gone through two surgeries, but kept on making music.

In December, he got some bad news. The tumor had spread and there was no more that could be done. So Pat went home to spend his last days with his family.
 
His last wish is to have his music heard around the world. It was recorded in 2011 on my friend John Urban's show, The Urban Theater, just three months after surgery to have his second brain tumor removed.

Pat has performed as a solo artist and with his bands The Pipe Circus and Avengers Assemble. His lifelong dream was to have his music heard around the world.

We are honored to do our part to help, as Pat takes that "long road to heaven."

 
 


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01/10/2013 10:28AM
Will this song be heard around the world?
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01/10/2013 12:22PM
Awesome
Thank you for posting this. Lets make Pat's dream come true!
01/10/2013 5:57PM
:)
He put on some great shows!
01/11/2013 8:11AM
Brillant
Your an amazing man. I will continue to share you legacy throughout the remainder of life here on earth as well as in heaven. Thank you
01/11/2013 3:30PM
Stunningly Beautiful
A very beautiful song and an equally stunning performance. I also thank you for this wonderful gift that you have left for us to indeed enjoy around the world. Peace be with you.
01/31/2013 12:40PM
Beautiful
Just a Beautiful song and Wonderful voice!
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