Randy Wooten is known for his love towards the people who are homeless and who are suffering. Born in Springfield, Missouri Randy was always attracted towards music and entertainment. Randy Wooten’s love for homeless developed when he and his family undergone the devastating tornado due to which they lost their home and was in pain for several months. Randy’s parents always taught him to love the sufferers and people who are homeless. Randy’s interest in music made him take lessons on piano and later on guitar.
He was a man who was excellent in song writing and in keyboards. The talented man is also known for his film making talent. He is attached with many organizations that work for the people who are suffering due to number of reasons. One of such organization is Bread and Roses Café where he is an active member. He organizes music concert for this group to help the homeless.
Randy’s band and his works
Randy Wooten’s band Bloody Lovelies is one of the popular bands. Their first CD was launched in the year 2004 by the name “Some truth and a little money” became popular. It had songs written by Wooten and all was based on the homeless people sufferings. The other popular works of this music lover are “Lift”, “Raw Sugar” which is done with a group of kids, some documentary films which included “Wanted and desired”, “Big Rig”, “The Mars Underground” and many more.
Randy Wooten is also known as a philanthropist. The concerts that he organizes are to help the homeless. The money that he earns from these concerts is used to help the homeless and people below poverty.
More facts about Wooten
Wooten’s main source of income rather his career is in real estate yet his love for music has helped him to earn him money to help others. He is attached with St. Joseph Center which is a charitable organization that works for homeless. His most popular concert was the Venice concert for Hope which earned him lot for his charity. The man is soft at heart and cries for the people in pain. His steps toward the homeless have helped many such people. He looks equal to every human being and always remains ahead to help the people in pain.
This generosity and kind thought of helping the society made him popular and this is the reason why he is the savior for the homeless and people in pain.
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