Respecting and Valuing Older Adults in a Song
Did you sign the "I See You" Petition yet?
by Successful Aging in Action! | 1.9.20
By: Eileen Shapiro
I’ve known Mike Greenly for several years now and have enjoyed following the path of this very talented guy. He just might be the only former Fortune 500 VP who’s now a freelance speechwriter, PowerPoint guru and executive speech coach for corporate product launches, meetings & events. He’s received glowing tributes from such clients as Johnson & Johnson, ExxonMobil, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and many more.
Mike is also a highly regarded lyricist. He writes in many genres – pop, choral, country, dance club and more. Ten of his dance songs charted as Billboard hits and four, already, have made it to #1. A recent release about women’s equality – “LOVE YOUR OWN POWER” by powerhouse singer, Natalie Jean – has won awards on both sides of the Atlantic only a few months after its launch.
I was intrigued when I heard that Mike had branched out into yet another genre – “American Roots” – with Top 10 Billboard artist, Grant Maloy Smith. Then I had a chance to hear the song and see the video and … wow! I was impressed.
The song, “I SEE YOU” — tackles the societal prejudice of ageism.
CLICK HERE to read the complete article in Hollywood Digest.
CLICK HERE to listen to "I See You" from award-winning songwriters Grant Maloy Smith and Mike Greenly.
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