We Can Make a Difference
'We Can Make A Difference' by Benita Charles was originally written as a tribute song regarding the events of the tragedy of September 11, 2001 in New York & Washington DC. Ms. Charles wrote it in the spirit of how we are all connected and all deeds no matter how big or small can make an impact. It is a testament to the human spirit that during a time of tragedy, we all can make a difference one way or another to make things better no matter how big or small. Even in today's times with the anniversary of the Hurricane Katrina tragedy, it is more imperative today that people reach out and help each other. The 3-track CD is an inspirational mix of songs to express not only the American spirit but international humanity. Benita Charles is a singer/songwriter/producer who resides in Harlem, NY. She's appeared at various clubs in the New York tri-state area including Kavehaz, Kenny's Castaways, Downtime, Club Speed, Alphabet Lounge, Upstairs at Rose's Turn, Nell's and the Beacon Theater. In addition to performing in a wide variety of projects in the entertainment industry, Benita has created her own productions: a one-women show called, 'Moments In Love,' in Greenwich Village, New York; and cabaret shows: 'The Benita Charles Show,' "The Benita Charles Variety Show (The Gift)" and "Benita Charles & Friends: In Remembrance of Sept 11." at the Triad Theater on the upper west side which has grown into an annual event for September Concert. Special Thanks To: Ken Brothers, Andrew McCann, Tara Cheparev, John P. Hopkins and Walter Fischbacher of Lofish Productions NYC and Edward Vinatea of MusicMasteringOnline.com.