ACM’s Lifting Lives program has chosen to spotlight producer/songwriter Ross Copperman and the charity organization, ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp, in its “My Cause” December web feature.Copperman’s passion for the program began after participating in the 2013 ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp recording session at Ocean Way Studios in Nashville. Serving as guest producer, he helped the developmentally disabled campers record a song that they penned earlier in the week with Jerrod Niemann and Lance Miller.
“My Cause: ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp” highlights a week-long residential program powered by ACM Lifting Lives and the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. The Nashville-based camp has a dual purpose of studying those with Williams syndrome, while providing music enrichment through performance and education. Throughout the week, campers gain invaluable experience through visits from top-tier country music veterans.
Those interested in finding out more about the camp or donating can visit acmliftinglives.org.
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