Coy Bowles is leveraging his musical talents to help kids feel supported during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Zac Brown Band musician, 41, has decided to release his first children’s album, Music for Tiny Humans, more than a month early “to get the music out to the people when they need it most,” he says in a release obtained by PEOPLE.
“I put more heart and soul and love into this album than anything I’ve ever done professionally,” Bowles says of the project, which includes uplifting tracks like “All in This Together,” “The Sun Shines Everyday” and “Brand New Day,” plus imagination-stoking anthems like “The Dinosaur Dance.”
“Music and story have great power, especially in a time of need,” Bowles shares. “I believe that the positive nature of this music will lift spirits, give hope and provide a release for kids, parents and teachers.”
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