This is James Williamson's third and last single of the year. All three to benefit non profits. This time Williamson is teamed up with a talented 19 year old singer/songwriter named "Maia". Maia is not just any 19 year, but one which has received a full scholarship for vocal music and composition to Berkeley School of Music in Boston, where she is attending now. Previous efforts this year included a collaboration with Petra Haden on "Blues Jumped The Rabbit" and "Last Kind Words" to benefit the Tazzy Animal Rescue Fund and a collaboration with Lisa Kekaula on "I Love My Tutu" and "Never Far From Where The Wild Things Are" to benefit Project Hawaii which helps homeless children in Hawaii.
This third single will be the last record on which Williamson's iconic "Leopard Lady" guitar will be played. This guitar has been used on every record Williamson has made from his first album "Raw Power" to the present. He is donating both the Leopard Lady Les Paul Custom, as well as his Gibson B25N acoustic guitar, plus all proceeds from this single, to the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Museum for posterity.