Be Brave Song Release

Chloe Temtchine

PHer Chloe Temtchine will be launching a new song, Be Brave, on March 29. Chloe performed the song at the New York City O2 breathe Gala in November. Chloe wrote the song to serve as an anthem for all those afflicted directly or indirectly by this aggressive and unpredictable disease. Fifty percent of the proceeds will benefit the Pulmonary Hypertension Association to find a cure.

With Chloe, we launched an email/social media campaign to spread the word about the song release with a series of videos about what it means to be brave. View the below videos then spread the word by sharing them on Facebook, Twitter, email and everywhere else you can. Then set a reminder for March 29 to download Be Brave on iTunes.

BE Brave Song QR Code

Help fund PH research and services, support a PH patient and raise awareness for PH in 2 easy steps!

  1. Download “Be Brave” available for $1.29 on iTunes. Simply scan the QR Code directly on this page or visit www.ChloesPHriend.com. Read the lyrics (PDF)
  2. Share this page with your friends on social media encouraging them to view Chloe’s story and download the song!

 

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