Monday, July 16, 2012
Red Boots: Zara Phillips has a New Song
Beautiful Day Media writes:
Zara Philips, musician, author, public figure and advocate for open adoption legislation has been in high demand at speaking engagements and conventions surrounding the subject of adoption. She has also found the time to continue recording and producing videos for her music. Today she unveils the video for the song “Red Boots” featuring her band and her two daughters, on the shore of Asbury Park. Of the song and video, Zara says, “My fantasy as a child was different. I was looking at the faces of women on the streets to see if I could pick out the face of the woman that gave me up for adoption. Red Boots is about childhood, loss of innocence, awakening into adulthood and a profound love of the relationship with a Mother and child.”
Zara Phillips has been an active spokesperson and author ,advocating for the rights of adoptees for over a decade now. As the author ofthe honest and eye-opening book, Mother Me, and as a songwriter with a musical legacy that began as a member of Bob Geldof’s touring band, Phillips is are sounding voice in the adoption community. “I’m Legit,” her recent musical collaboration with Darryl McDaniels (DMC of Run DMC) has been gaining a great amount of attention. She has spoken at a number of conferences, discussing her book and bringing to light the issue of basic human rights for adopted people.
Posted by The Declassified Adoptee
Amanda Woolston, MSS, LCSW, CT is an adoption and child welfare focused scholar, author, therapist, activist, and leader. For over a decade, her work has reached millions globally through media, public policy, and writing projects.