After years of chasing his dreams, singer-songwriter Alex Woodard finally had a record deal and an album to promote. He offered to write a song for anybody who pre-ordered his self-titled release; all they had to do was send him a letter about their story, and he would write and record a song just for them at his kitchen table.
Author and singer-songwriter Alex Woodard was in the audience, waiting to be called to the stage to perform at New York Times bestselling author Dr. Wayne Dyer's lecture presentation in New York. Dr Dyer's daughter had written him a letter, and Alex had crafted a song about the letter in the spirit of his first Hay House release ( For The Sender: Four Letters. Twelve Songs. One Story. ). Any moment now, Alex would be asked to play it for the sold-out auditorium.