Episode:
37

“Remember Me:” The gift of a song to a grieving mom

While on a long car drive, Sally Ponzio heard an unmistakable voice in her heart–that of her son, Travis, who had died of overdose six months earlier. Sally says Travis gave her the lyrics to a song called, “Remember Me.” She pulled over and  wrote them down as fast as she could on a napkin. Now that song has been released and Sally and the composer, Frank Ponzio, as well as singer, Eleanor Dubinsky, join Angela Kennecke to talk about the overwhelming response listeners are having to the heartfelt melody.
Sally hopes that “Remember Me,” gives comfort to anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved-one and hope in its message for the living to continue to find joy in life.

You can watch the video with the song here.

*Permission was granted by Sally Ponzio, Frank Ponzio and Eleanor Dubinsky to play “Remember Me” in its entirety in this podcast. 

Travis and Sally in 2015

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