Dallas Based Soul Band Promotes Love During Divisive Times, Teams up with Local Food Bank

Published on February 12, 2021

(Photo: PAO)

DALLAS (WBAP / KLIF) – A newly released song will benefit North Texans struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

Dallas-based soul band Prophets and Outlaws and Texas country music legend Pat Green have teamed up to raise money for families in need during difficult and divisive times. The proceeds from Little Bit of Love will go to the North Texas Food Bank. You can donate here.

“We thought about how this song is bigger than us and what we can do to show just a little love,” said PAO drummer James Guckenheimer. “We called the North Texas Food Bank and asked if they’d mind if we helped raise money for them.”

According to the band, the aim of the song is to spread its title message “a little love”.

“I think we’ve all somehow forgotten and have to take a step back,” said Guckenheimer. “There’s a light at the end of the tunnel.”

The song was written by PAO frontman Matt Boggs and George Dunham, morning presenter on our sister station The Ticket. Pat Green came to PAO’s studio to lay the track.

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