'Love Somebody' New Schuyler Fisk song benefits SPCA
Up-and coming singer-songwriter Schuyler Fisk (still best known as the daughter of Oscar winning Sissy Spacek) has released a new single "Love Somebody" exclusively on iTunes, and all the proceeds benefit the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.
"We love the SPCA, and the whole family has toured the facility and been involved in the fundraisers," says mom Sissy Spacek. "We feel so fortunate to have an organization like this in our community that we wanted to do our share."
Spacek, who taught her daughter to play guitar at an early age (and even performed with her at a St. Anne's-Belfield middle school talent show), finds the song's message–- to love anyone, be it a human or animal friend–- in sync with the no-kill mission of the SPCA. The mother of the 27-year-old singer and actress has also been involved in the SPCA, starring in public service television ads promoting the foundation. Fisk, who is traveling after wrapping up an untitled Gus Van Sant film, could not be reached for comment.
"Her hope is that people would be inspired to be involved in the SPCA, be it fostering puppies or making a donation," says mom, who picks up on a line from the song: "It's very true that life is better when you love somebody."