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42nd & Nelson
Long Island Songwriter / Musicians Steve Farella & Pete Colombo craft a message of unity for the United States; “That’s All I’m Asking For”.
Manager / Producer Howie Harnick teams up Steve (Guitars), and Pete (Vocals) with famed Nashville Producer / Engineer Ed Seay, and 5 of the best session players on the planet; Pat Buchanan (Guitars), Tim Akers (Keys), Biff Watson (Acoustic Guitars), Paul Leim (Drums / Percussion), and Alison Prestwood (Bass), on September 14, 2007 at Starstruck Studios in Nashville to record an “Anthem of Unity For America”. During the session, they also recorded their second release, We're Gonna Be Alright.
Their union was completed by partnering with The Coalition To Salute America’s Heroes, an organization that supports severely wounded veterans returning from Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Steve and Pete, performing as 42nd & Nelson, officially launched “That’s All I’m Asking For” as the Coalition’s theme song on December 4, 2007 in Orlando. The performance was part of the Coalition’s 2007 Road to Recovery Conference. The guys were backed up by Leann Rimes’ tour band led by Tim Akers.