YouTube Video For Sometimes You Gotta Fight Hits 10,000 Views

VANN in Studio

The YouTube Video for Sometimes You Gotta Fight by VANN passed 10,000 views today. More than 80% of videos on YouTube never make it to even 500 views, so we are feeling pretty good about getting to … [Read more...]

Fight on the John Biggs Show May 31st, 2012 Second Visit

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My May 31st, 2012 interview with John Biggs on CJBK in London ON promoting Sometimes You Gotta Fight. Sometimes You Gotta Fight is part of an international, music-based charity movement. All … [Read more...]

Please Share “Sometimes You Gotta Fight”

Happy Easter! As we approach the release date for "Sometimes You Gotta Fight" I felt that we should remind you of the real success factor of this song. It's "sharing". With our original plan, it … [Read more...]

Recording Complete

I wanted to do a quick blog update to let you know that recording of "Sometimes You Gotta Fight" for CURE Childhood Cancer is complete. What a week it was. There were many people that helped and we … [Read more...]

What is leukemia exactly?

All the talk lately on Songs Cure Cancer has been about our song "Sometimes You Gotta Fight". And that definately is something we are excited about, but, I have not been focusing much attention on … [Read more...]

Tell Me Why You Cut Your Hair?


The origins of Sometimes You Gotta Fight... On September 5th, 2011 when Callie was diagnosed with Leukemia, it was a surreal experience. Kathy and I were in a daze trying to understand what was … [Read more...]

“Can’t Give” by Vann & Jeff Franzel


Check out this unreleased song by VANN called "Can't Give What I Don't Have". Recording for "Sometimes You Gotta Fight (Song for Callie)" is set to start at Real 2 Reel Studios in Jonesboro, Georgia … [Read more...]

Recording Begins April 2nd, 2012 for Sometimes You Gotta Fight

After many months of preparation, we are actually, finally going to record "Sometimes You Gotta Fight" for childhood cancer research. A tribute to Callie. 3 days after Callie was admitted to … [Read more...]