Joey’s Song is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to raising awareness and research funds to fight epilepsy. Joey’s Song was founded in 2010 following the death of 5 year old Joey Gomoll. Joey suffered from a rare and debilitating form of epilepsy known as Dravet’s Syndrome marked by daily seizures which were never able to be controlled. Despite the challenges Joey faced, he was a happy and vibrant child. While epilepsy had robbed Joey of the ability to use spoken words to communicate, Joey found a way to communicate with those around him through music. Joey loved to sing in his own way and to dance with anyone who would join him. Because of his love for music, our foundation produces and sells a series of CDs featuring rare and unreleased music from nationally renowned musicians to raise money for epilepsy research. You will find Grammy winners/nominees, CMA/ACM winners/nominees, Hall of Fame members and dozens of other award winning musicians represented on our CDs. Each and every artist on the Joey’s Song CDs has donated their art to help us make a difference in the lives of some other children who have also been dealt a rotten hand.
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