Singer Marc Broussard on How He's Using His Music to Help Those in Need

ABC News' Amna Nawaz interviews singer Marc Broussard on the latest episode of 'Live from the Couch'.
3:27 | 11/30/16

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Everybody on the spot here live in Times Square studio for the episode live from the caption. Turning it today. Mark for sorry guys soul singer extraordinaire. And some. Thank fattening you for it rained a did he did. A great Times Square to. And remember the last was in Times Square. So thanks for me to Times Square. It. Oh the New York where Kate. If you have not heard his music can you please check it incredible that you eat last 48. Appreciate that said Linda and you. I thought it out yuck end came out a couple months ago. And it's a charitable projects. Lost a new foundation last summer desolate our nation. With the goal of putting these kinds of records out of the year. And so this is our first project and fit percent of all proceeds going to poverty relief. Through an organization called city of refuge and you know more about the refuge in the city of refuge dot award. Essentially they are very very content comprehensive program. Dealing specifically with homelessness. An edge skills training and so it's an incredible program boasts incredible success rates and we're really looking forward to bringing them nice big fat check. It's and his. The iTunes and although digital retailers send us those checked. Picture at this you said age. Exclusively. To correct live and recorded music correct you want to keep up with even more yeah I need and send it towards the cherry. Yes. Let me see. What. It's it's the kind of thing. That I think should be a part of every artists. You know body of work. Because I think that we in this. Position. Find ourselves uniquely positioned to to affect change. Because I've spent fifteen years developing this really honest open relationship fan. They trust us this organization and the work they believed that. And tens of thousands of people. Are motivated to go in and be a part of that. That mission you know especially if it involves. A transaction where my fans are getting what they already want army which is my music and and can then turn around and and use that money that would otherwise go to a record label somebody else in you know put to good use. Well needs more. But the album itself it's all right and with exceptional one. It if the six coal yes problem and we're. Sam Cooke. Sam and Dave Stevie Wonder. Wilson Pickett. The list goes on to great play list. It's it's especially great play list. When you have a dinner party and you just want some background music that's kind of cool and classic not step on anybody's those I love the record. There is that the gifts yeah. Background music it's pay back. Working. You know it's really want do you yet.

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