Monday, August 26, 2019

Program Design Completed

The program design is 'hot off the press.' Well, not exactly. It is not off Abobe Illustrator and Photoshop. The program features the patriotic logo and includes the complete lyrics for Democrats Forever.  There is also a list of all the songs in 2020: The Musical along with the topics each one covers. Below is the cover of the program followed by the inside.

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Media Kit Now Available

The 2020: The Musical Media Kit was completed today and is now available. Simply email your request to cdunitz@gmail com. The Media Kit includes:

An Interview with Carol Dunitz
A Bio for Carol Dunitz
2020: The Musical Press Release
2020: The Musical Synopsis
The 2020: The Musical Program
The 2020: The Musical Logo

Video to be available soon.

A Photo of Carol Dunitz

A Photo of Carol Dunitz as Uncle Sam
(Democratic Debate, August, 2019)

Friday, August 16, 2019

"Back of the Room" Sales

Every show needs "Back of the Room" sales. That's why I have ordered CDs.  Once things are up and running I plan to have t-shirts printed, too.

I know that many people now prefer to download music. I have download cards that can be purchased at performances.  They will be discounted from the price at CD Baby as an incentive to buy at performances. Now people will be able to choose.

Here's a jpg for the jacket layout.

Running for Mayor

This evening I had the pleasure of addressing the Democratic Club of Berkley.  It was my first presentation and there were some technical difficulties but everyone was very understanding. 

Robert Lathrop, who is running for Mayor of Berkley, took this selfie of us.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Uncle Sam Sings for Socialism - NOT

I was interviewed by Kaitlin Bennett from conservative/libertarian blog, Liberty Hangout. The interviewee tried to direct me into making statements I do not believe...but I did not fall into the trap. The video, which was posted on youtube, is titled, "Uncle Sam Sings for Socialism." Nothing could be further from the truth. However, I do believe everyone in the United States of America is entitled to healthcare.

You can see the interview at:
It has received over to 147,000 views!

Protesting ICE

I was one of more than 150 demonstrators who assembled outside the Dearborn, Michigan Police Department calling for an end to that department's agreement to hold ICE detainees. The demonstration was part of a national #CloseTheCamps campaign, which protests immigration policies of the current administration. 

We have a responsibility to stand up against hate. This was echoed by U.S. Representatives Debbie Dingell, Andy Levin and Rashida Talib who also attended the event.

The gathering was hosted by Detroit Jews for Justice, Council on American-Islamic Relations of Michigan, and Bend The Arc: Ann Arbor.

UPDATE: The City of Dearborn has terminated their agreement with ICE. I'd like to believe this happened in response to the demonstration.

Monday, August 12, 2019

CDBaby Posts 2020: The Musical Songs on Youtube

CDBaby has posted songs from "2020: The Musical" on youtube.  Links to the songs follow.

All for One

Citizens United Gone

Democrats Forever

Dump the Trump in 2020

Eh Boy

Flying Blind

Hands Down Better

Happy Birthday Baby

I Want to Play with You

Isaac and Ishmael

Let’s Take Out the NRA

My Body, My Choice

On Our Way

Republican Do So Do

Simple Times Gone By

Stack the Deck

Sunday Bloody Sunday

The Border Wall Tango

The Public Wants

This Life Shared in Poverty

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Coverage at the Detroit Debates

Lots of media were covering the Detroit Democratic debates and many photographers and journalists were interested in talking with Carol Dunitz who was dressed as Uncle Sam.

Here are a sample of photos taken and where they appeared.

Detroit News (Robin Buckson) (Detroit, MI)

Los Angeles Times

Jonathan Oosting (Twitter)

Other media that posted photos included: 

Detroit Free Press (Mandi Wright)

El Paso Times

L.A. Times (Jeff Kowalsky) (Los Angeles, CA)

Liberty Hangout (Kaitlin Bennett)

Indy Star

Johnathan Oosting (Twitter)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)