Environmental song called Frac Sand Blues by Corey Koehler

New Environmental Song Called “Frac Sand Blues”

Environmental song called Frac Sand Blues by Corey KoehlerFolk Rock Singer Songwriter Corey Koehler (aka me) has released an environmental song in his song-per-month campaign. The song is titled “Frac Sand Blues.”

The song is an attempt to raise awareness about the controversial practices of Frac Sand Mining and Natural Gas Fracking.

And please, don’t just take my word for it, make up your own mind. Click the links at the bottom of this post to learn more on Frac Sand Mining and Natural Gas Fracking.

Watch This First…

Press Play, Listen and Share

Press play below to listen to the song. When you are done listening download the song (Pay What You Want…yes, even free!) and please click “Share” and share with your friends on your favorite social network. THANK YOU!


Mobile Users click here to go listen.

Pay What You Want

You will notice that the price is currently set to “Pay What You Want.” It means what it says and even includes paying nothing (yep, the song is completely free. Costs you $0). And you can download the new music in any version you would like – mp3, wav, ogg, etc . Hell you can even send a copy to your friends if you feel like it and I will not call the internet police or the RIAA or anything like that.

Just so you know, If you pay anything at all between now and the first Monday in April (when I release more new music), I will put your name in the song credits under “Associate Producer” or whatever title you choose. This will forever link you to the song and proudly put you on display for everyone to see that you are supporting one very grateful musician. Your name will reside in the credits on Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon, CdBaby, etc for now but when it comes time to release physical copy of the CD, it will be there too.

“Your contribution not only helps me offset the cost of providing this music for free but it also tells me that you think what I am doing is worth the effort and that you want me to continue creating more music and moments for you.”

A Big THANKS to last month contributors – Associate Producers: Nicole Gentry, Alvin Kinsey, Jim Scherley, Brian Meek, Teresa Jerome and self proclaimed Podcasting Bitch: Greg Davies.

Get Your Download

Learn More About Frac Sand & Fracking

What is Fracking? – Very informative page – both visually and textually – on what fracking is. Also, check out the documentary film.

Pros and Cons on 60 Minutes (Video) – Both sides of the issue are presented in this 60 Minutes story.

Frac Sand Mining (Videos) – These are some random videos highlighting Frac Sand mining and its impact on the communities where its being done.

How Much Gas Do We Have? – Very informative article from Kurt Cobb – a journalist who reports on issues surrounding energy and the environment. I was able to catch a presentation of his Winona State University a month or so ago. He presented some very interesting data about the amount of “recoverable” natural gas and its importance relative to relieving us of our dependance on foreign suppliers.

Thoughts?

What do you think of the “Frac Sand Blues?” Leave a comment below I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Pssst… My “One Song A Month Indefinitely” plan is in full swing which means I will be releasing new music the first Monday of every month.

Enter your name and email below because then you will be one of the very first to hear my new music (Plus I’ll send you two free songs right now).

 

 

  • Jim Jerome

    Hey Corey, This is a great topic and how you came up with the idea for this song is beyond me. Great job!!! I can’t wait to hear more !!

  • http://planetcorey.com Corey

    Thank you Jim, I came up with the idea reading the newspaper and listening to friends. Hot topic around here these days.

  • Catherine Hol

    Great, Corey … a good sound, and brilliant lyrics. It’s always good to hear musicians tackling real topics with passion.

  • http://planetcorey.com Corey

    Thank you Catherine!

  • http://tomhipps.com Tom Hipps

    Corey, this might be your best song yet. Great groove. Love the “conversational” vocal phrasing mingled throughout. This one sounds good LOUD:) Keep up the good work.

  • http://planetcorey.com Corey

    Thank you Tom, that means a lot coming from a talented musicians like yourself.

  • djhamelin777

    douche bag get a real fucking job. try doing the job for a day before you mouth off. it’s called a living, take your bullshit and the liberals jump off a very high cliff.

  • Corey Koehler

    At least your honest. Thanks for that.