Nick Vujicic, Life Without Limbs motivational speaker, has traveled the world sharing his message of hope. Through his story, he’s challenged and inspired millions.

In the fall of 2009, Nick Vujicic and singer/songwriter Tyrone Wells discussed the possibility of working together. A cover of Tyrone’s captivating song “More” became the focus of their project known as the Something More Campaign. Today, the song connects both men in an incredible way as Nick is recording a cover of the song now named “Something More”.

Later this year, Nick and Tyrone launched The Something More Campaign, using the new single as a platform of combining the arts of music and film with the power of inspiration and hope. The campaign is currently screening a 3-part online documentary series that chronicles their creative journey through the project on their website. The “Something More” single and music video is set to be released in early 2011. Check out the documentary and song details at:

www.somethingmorecampaign.com

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