“Happy Day Again” Song & Music Video – Tony Nguyen/California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative
Displayed on CHNSC social media pages and website.
To listen to Happy Day Again and view video, please visit this link.
In San Francisco, California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative brought together a songwriter, lyricist, video producer and performers to create a fun, inspiring song and music video to celebrate progress, inspire hope, and encourage the community to protect themselves and others against COVID-19.
The song, titled “Happy Day Again,” features upbeat lyrics that shed light on the progress made toward slowing the spread of COVID-19, and the video features images of a community getting vaccinated, wearing masks and doing what they can to support each other. The song and video launched on April 25 via YouTube, Facebook and the nonprofit’s website.
About the Artist
Singer Tony Nguyen is a social worker and community activist who has a passion for Vietnamese music. He works as an Outreach & Digital Organizing Coordinator for California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative.
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