Wheeler Gives Proceeds to Anti-Gun Organization

Folk singer/songwriter Cheryl Wheeler's label, Rounder Records, has pledged to donate $5 in support of the anti-gun Brady Bill for every radio spin of the singer's upcoming single, "If It Were Up To Me," during the single's first month of release. Wheeler's new album, Sylvia Hotel, is due in January. The anti-gun single was inspired by 1998's deadly spate of schoolyard shootings by teen-age students.