Country Music Hall of Famer and legendary Grand Ole Opry member Whisperin’ Bill Anderson released a sentimental new single, “Until The Light Comes On Again,” available today, with all proceeds being donated to Sarah Cannon Fund at the Community Foundation. The video for the single exclusively premiered on Parade.com. Click HERE to purchase “Until The Light Comes On Again.”
Anderson was inspired to pen the single after watching his longtime girlfriend, Vickie, bravely face a cancer diagnosis. The poignant, beautiful tune brings a message of hope and is a testament to anyone who’s facing a challenge in their life. Anderson and Vickie are featured in the video which comes fresh off the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame announcing Anderson’s induction this June.
“When a very special lady in my life had been unexpectedly diagnosed with cancer I was searching for words with which to encourage and comfort her,” said Anderson. “When the words wouldn’t come, I realized that throughout my life I have always expressed my feelings the best when I’ve set them to music. So, I got my guitar, strummed a few chords, and began to write.”
Whisperin’ Bill Anderson is donating proceeds/royalties from “Until The Light Comes On Again” to benefit the Sarah Cannon Fund at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The Sarah Cannon Fund was established to provide support to people facing cancer. The Fund works with a variety of programs and organizations that help those affected by cancer navigate the journey from diagnosis through survivorship.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee exists to promote and facilitate giving in the 40 counties of Middle Tennessee and beyond. It does this by accepting gifts of any size from any time and by empowering individuals, families, companies, nonprofits and communities to respond to needs and opportunities that matter. The Community Foundation works with people who have great hearts, whether or not they have great wealth, to craft solutions that reflect their intentions and goals. For more information, call 615-321-4939 or visit cfmt.org.