Oct 162013
 

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Country music newcomer Sunny Sweeney first impressed Music Row with her first album “Heartbreaker’s Hall Of Fame”
which got re-issued by Big Machine records. It had some WELL WRITTEN songs and was not really embraced as large
as it should have been.
And she had three top fourty hits from her 2011 release from Republic Nashville called “Concrete”.
After leaving those labels last year she is releasing a third album on Thirty Tigers label
and is enlisting our help to raise the funds needed to fund it and offering special incentives
for those that donate.

You can donate and learn about it HERE.

“Pledging will get you a digital download of the album as soon as its ready- before anyone else. Plus there’s a range of perks from getting weekly updates, merchandise, exclusive visits to the studio, parties to come to … you can even play or sing on the album.

As an added bonus, a portion of every dollar raised will go to an amazing charity, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Northeast Texas, an organization that’s very near and dear to my heart.”

Pledges start at $15, for which donors can receive (in addition to the digital album) either a bumper sticker, or an album download with an autographed 8×10. Amounts go all the way up to $10,000 for which donors can play or sing on the new album.

Find Nashville Singles at SingleNashville.com