CC1 Test mes We're back, now, with a very special group of kids. The newtown music project. We've been talking about them all morning. Listening to them, as well. I'm here with amy robach. Amy, you... See More
CC1 Test mes We're back, now, with a very special group of kids. The newtown music project. We've been talking about them all morning. Listening to them, as well. I'm here with amy robach. Amy, you spent so much time in newtown since the shooting a month ago. Tell us about how this group came together. This is a community, the newtown community, that is taking action and finding a way to heal. These children, an amazing group of children right here, most of them from sandy hook elementary school, they found a way to do both, through a song. We want to mention, this song is available on amazon and itunes starting this morning. Something everyone can enjoy. And they're working with ingrid michaelson, the folk singer. Where are the proceeds going to go? It's going to go to newtown music academy and united way of western connecticut. This is going to move everyone at home. Take a look at how it all came together. At first glance, they're just any group of happy kids. Playing outside, when they should be in school. But these are the children of newtown. And only a month after unimaginable tragedy rocked their world, they are eager to help their community. So many of the students came. All I could see in their eyes and from what they were telling me, is how do we help? Reporter: They made banners and created memorials. They tied ribbons. But they weren't satisfied. I want to be kind to the people who have lost their loved ones and help them recover from their sorrow. Reporter: Today, they have come to the home of tina weymouth and chris frantz, recording a song to make money for the kids of newtown. My hope is that the kids of sandy hook school have a hit record. Reporter: Singer ingrid michaelson is lending her voice. Even if it makes these kids who have been through so much, if it brings them an afternoon of joy and excitement, then that's what I'll do. Reporter: The kids have their own reasons to be here. We want to help them feel better and not alone. Hope that someday our world will be peaceful and loving. No violence at all. Reporter:10-year-old kayla is singing for her friend, jessica rekos. It makes me feel like she's with me. And she'll sing with me. ♪ Somewhere over the rainbow way up high ♪ ♪ there's a land that I've heard of ♪ ♪ in a lullaby ♪ ♪ somewhere over the rainbow
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