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Tell Me I’m Wrong

Thanks to artist Justin Hine fans for posting this video to our Facebook page.

Tell Me I’m Wrong is the first single released from Days To Recall, Justin’s recently released album.

The music video was filmed primarily in Joplin, Missouri after devastating tornadoes touched down in May 2011. The video focuses on the rebuilding process; showing that hope and strength can always be found, even in the toughest of times.

A special thank you to Joplin community for allowing Justin to be a part of your rebuilding process. Also, a special thank you to the American Red Cross for all that you do.

To donate to the American Red Cross, please visit www.redcross.org.

One Response to “Tell Me I’m Wrong”

  1. As a Red Cross volunteer on the disaster team in Manchester NH. we are all going through some changes that we do not like to much, but our main goal will always be the same. TO HELP when we are needed TO BE THERE when we are needed .. that will ALWAYS BE..
    when we are needed… Thank you for such an inspiring song. and the strength in the citys that have been devastated. Bless each one of you ,as a Red Cross Member I am proud to serve and help. Thank you again for a great song,im still drying my eyes. if possible can anyone please send this to Ellen Degeneres. at ellentv.com. I think she would put it on her show, and that would be great, just so people dont forget…

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