Allie MacKay of KTLA in Los Angeles was with singer Caitlin Crosby to show off the latest fashion trend that helps out an important cause, the Giving Keys. “I started paying a locksmith to engrave inspiring words on these old used keys,” Crosby said. “I really wanted it to go to charity and have its own special twist. I ended up meeting Rob and Sarah who lived on the streets and” then had an epiphany where she thought they could make the keys. “I wasn’t thinking about the Giving Keys when I met them, I just loved them and loved their story. Basically I was like how about you guys be my business partners? I started paying them to engrave the keys.” Crosby says that after wearing the keys, people are encouraged to pay it forward and give them off to someone else. Watch the segment via KTLA.com below.
Caitlin Crosby wants you to “Embrace Your Flawz”. The singer songwriter created the video below, set to her song ‘Flawz’, to highlight men and women, including Crosby, showing off their natural beauty.
Many have contributed to the video and website campaign, including Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jordin Sparks, Zachary Levi, Margaret Cho, Jason Castro, Russell Simmons, Brooke Hogan, Brie Larson as well as hundreds of fans who wanted to show off their flaws.
Watch it via MySpace below.
Footage of Caitlin Crosby’s performance of ‘Flawz’ from her gig at Piano’s in New York City last week has been posted at her YouTube channel. The song is the title track off the Los Angeles based pop singer’s new album, out on June 23rd on Blackledge Music. Watch below.
Caitlin Crosby posted behind the scenes footage from her debut music video ‘Still Have My Heart’, directed by Walter May and featuring Robert Hoffman, Ryan Hansen, Zachary Levi, Jesse Spencer, and Albert Reed. The song is off Crosby’s album ‘Flawz’, out now on Blackledge Music. Watch it via her YouTube channel below.
Caitlin Crosby is out with the music video to her new single ‘Still Have My Heart’, featuring cameos from Zach Levi of ‘Chuck’, Albert Reed of ‘Dancing With The Stars’, Jesse Spencer of ‘House’, and Robert Hoffman of ‘Step Up To The Streets’. The song is off the Los Angeles singer songwriter’s debut album ‘Flawz’, out now on Blackledge Music. Watch the Walter May directed video below.