Musician donates to community that helped his father

West Virginia

A local musician from Charles Town, West Virginia is giving back to his community after losing his father.

Tanner Haid released an album called “The Flood and the Fall.” He says he spent time making the album while his father was sick and in hospice care last year. 

He says the album is meant to be listened to from start to finish because each song is unique and they’re from his father’s perspective.

All the proceeds from the album will be donated to Hospice of Southern West Virginia where his father passed away. Haid says he’s thankful for all the support.

“It feels, just really special and wonderful that the songs are beyond our household, and sharing it with our community, friends, and family  is really special to me. The fact that we were able to reach our goal and nearly double it at this point is just really wonderful,” Haid said.

You can download Haid’s album on bandcamp.com. This is where you can also make a donation to his cause.

He plans to present the funds to the hospice center come January. 

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