The cover of the theme from Mr.Rogers Neighborhood, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”, was born out of a loving friendship between Seattle music luminaries, Julia Massey and Eva Walker. The two close friends share a common understanding of and belief in kindness, love and mutual support. In this vein, the two front-women recruited Alaia D’Alessandro to round out the superstar trio and “Neighbors” was created. Thanks to the generous ear of London Bridge Studio’s Eric Lilavois, the string composition of Andrew Joslyn, London Tone Music, Jeff Heiman & Jeff Ross (2 Jeffs on Music) and the beautiful cover art design of Jaci Sawtelle, the song brings to life the feelings of compassion and empathy in a time when they’re needed most. To honor the spirit of the legendary TV show host, Mr. Fred Rogers, Massey, Walker, and D’Alessandro recorded “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” and wish to share it with one and all.
All Proceeds Generated From Our Recording Of
Won’t You Be My Neighbor
Will Be Donated To Organizations
Who Help The Homeless
With Hope & Gratitude,
Julia, Eva, Alaia, Eric, Andrew, & Jake
London Tone Music
London Bridge Studio
2 Jeffs on Music
Seattle Music All-Stars Julia Massey (Warren Dunes), Eva Walker (The Black Tones), Alaia D’Alessandro (Tres Leches), Producer Eric Lilavois, and Violinist Andrew Joslyn, joined forces to record the Mr. Rogers theme song,
Won’t You Be My Neighbor to benefit
our homeless neighbors.
The song was recorded at London Bridge Studio
and is being released on London Tone Music.