A Historic Night in Wisconsin

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The Disclosures

Last night I witnessed history go down by the Wisconsin state capitol and it had nothing to do with politics.

It was the release party for the first ever “thrift-rock” album.

The album titled (Hey, We’re) The Disclosures features songs and lyrics by the  Madison duo The Disclosures.  The album deals with credit union history, financial education and cooperative structure.

Just got my signed CD!

Our CUNAverse team is super excited to see one of our founding members, Christopher Morris, who is now Director of Communications for the the National Credit Union Foundation, combine his love of music with the credit union industry in such a cool way.

The other half of this fabulous duo is Chad Helminak, Web Producer/Member Development Strategist for the Wisconsin Credit Union League.  On The Disclosures website Helminak share’s  “We had a blast writing and recording our songs and hope that comes through on our album and live performances.”

The Morris Girls - how could I not buy a CD from these adorable girls, well played Christopher!

The release party was attended by a bunch of credit union land folks, friends and family of Christopher and Chad.  We were treated to a live performance of all of the songs off of the album.   A great time had by all, including some folks outside of the industry that found it pretty entertaining to hear songs about credit unions.  Hoping some of them were entertained in to moving their money from their bank to a credit union!

The album is currently available for download on major digital music stores such as iTunes, Amazon.com and others. Physical copies of the CD are available online through the The Disclosures’ website

One Response to “A Historic Night in Wisconsin”

  1. Awww shucks Meghann – thanks for this post. This means a lot and I’m also so glad you came out last night! It was a great event and the support from you and honestly, the entire credit union movement has been awesome. I’m so proud to be a part of this movement and happy to sing about it too.

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