RED LAMB, Featuring Former ANTHRAX Guitarist Dan Spitz, Releases New Song ‘Puzzle Box’ to Boost Autism Awareness

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Advocates of Autism are in film (Holly Robinson Peete), sports (Dan Marino) and more, but a call to action is certainly necessary in the music community concerning the epidemic of Autism spreading to every neighborhood around the globe. We all need to bring awareness of recognizing the signs of Autism at an early age ourselves and act because there are no medical tests available to do so. The CDC just released new statistics stating that one in every 54th boy and one in every 88th child born will be Autistic.

RED LAMB and the song ‘Puzzle Box’ is a walk through the daily life of a family with identical mirror image twins who are both Autistic. It is a moving experience of reality that the Spitz family lives. The video is a short movie with statistical data, showing thousands of Autstic families, including the CEO of www.autismspeaks.org (Suzanne and Bob Wright).

RED LAMB is here to bring the music community together on a permanent basis to bring this awareness globally through the wonderful avenue of music. The lyrics to ‘Puzzle Box’ are co-written by Dave Mustaine (Megadeth) and Dan Spitz (Anthrax) whom both have acquired somewhere around 15 Grammy nominations, with additional performances by such artists as Grammy winner Chris Vrenna of Marilyn Manson as well as the entire CD Co-Produced by Dave Mustaine and Dan Spitz.

Check out this video by Metal Motivation featuring Dan Spitz with his wife and Autism Speaks spokesperson Candi Spitz discussing Autism during National Autism Awareness Month.

RED LAMB plans to give to and partner with www.autismspeaks.org through touring and many other areas. We would love for you to become a part of what RED LAMB is and our touring plans for the future. Please visit:

www.facebook.com/redlamb

www.redlambofficial.com

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