Heidi Newfield–“This is NRA Country” Artist of the Month
Country music star Heidi Newfield has been chosen as the NRA Country Artist Of The Month for October. Heidi’s voice and presence in country music first established her as the center stage star of Trick Pony’s emergence in 2001. She recently released the debut single “Why’d You Have To Be So Good” from her sophomore solo project expected to launch in early 2013. She joins some of country music’s biggest artists in teaming up with NRA Country to celebrate her support of our brave men and women in uniform, appreciation for the great outdoors, and love of family.
“Country is much more than the place you were born and raised. To me, it’s about having a love for our beautiful land and a respect for this great nation’s founding principles. I’ve been lucky enough to travel across the U.S. and I think it’s the best place on earth. I’m Heidi Newfield and I am NRA Country.”
As part of the October promotion, fans can register to win a Heidi Newfield prize pack including: autographed CD, picture, two Heidi ball caps, and a men’s AND ladies Heidi T shirt. Fans can also check out an exclusive behind the scenes video! You’ll see Heidi at home, on horses, sitting around the campfire, on the bus, stage, and traveling around the country as well as getting a sneak peak at some brand new music!
Visit NRA Country’s web site from now through the end of October to check out the exclusive video and register to win.
Each month a new country music artist will be featured on NRACountry.com, highlighting what makes them ‘NRA Country.’ Past featured artists include: Justin Moore, Lee Brice, Montgomery Gentry, Trace Adkins, Craig Morgan, Sunny Sweeney, Rodney Atkins, Gretchen Wilson, Josh Thompson, Love and Theft, Easton Corbin, and TV personality Storme Warren. Celebrate our country and learn more at www.NRACountry.com!
ABOUT HEIDI NEWFILED: Armed with a collaborative history of platinum selling albums, Top 20 singles, and ACM Awards to her credit, Heidi Newfield’s distinctive voice and high-octane energy launched her solo career. Her initial solo single, “Johnny and June”, was certified gold by RIAA and received four ACM nominations. Now, the flagship artist for Sidewalk Records, Heidi’s first single “Why’d You Have To Be So Good”, written by hitmakers Jeffrey Steele and Jeremy Popoff, is available now on iTunes and is destined to etch yet another singularly successful notch in an already notable career. For more information about Heidi please visit her web site , check her out on facebook, and follow her on twitter @heidinewfield.
ABOUT NRA COUNTRY: NRA Country is a celebration of American values. Respect. Honor. Freedom. It’s a lifestyle and a bond between the country music community and hard-working Americans everywhere. It’s powered by pride, freedom, love of country, respect for the military, and the responsibilities of protecting the great American life. We celebrate these values with concerts and other events that benefit gun safety programs for kids, youth hunting and education programs, efforts to support our armed services, and other worthy causes. NRA Country will be involved in causes that defend our values and it will empower our artist friends who promote these values to encourage our next generation of leaders. For more information and latest events, visit the web site and follow NRA Country on twitter @nracountry2010.
Nice to see another lady in the NRA spotlight.
I’ll be back with more soon!
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