NewsJan 26, 11:12 AM
KOA 850AM Radio featured The Foreclosure Blues, an original song by Paul Noel Fiorino. On Friday, January 26 Morning Show, Paul spoke about his experience with Colorado’s first position in foreclosures, Nationwide. Having gone through the process a few years ago, a song now expresses the feelings of a victim of circumstance as one of many. Performed by Fiorino on guitar with harmonica, he sings how he is not alone. Colorado has the most foreclosures in the Union, and is leading in this trend.
The Arts have a unique place to bring awareness to issues in our society.
People who find themselves facing foreclosure, or who have gone through it,
have no voice. It is a huge blemish on a credit report, but more so, on ones identity, family and reputation. Whatever leads to this unfortunate situation, be it health, loss, or over extending of finances, the victim is unspoken for. There are numerous ways to try and avoid foreclosure, and many seminars and programs to buy foreclosures, but for those who have been foreclosed on; Silence, shame and debilitating circumstances, prevail.
The Foreclosure Blues helps to express what thousands of people are feeling and areexperiencing. The song can be heard in its entirety at www.koaradio.com Colorado Morning News show or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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