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HERRICK Continues Country Radio Chart Ascent

Award Winning Band to Appear in Nashville during Annual Music Festival


1HerrickHR2013.jpgNashville, TN --- On the heels of their Telly Award win for the music video, “Do You Love Me,” BreakAway Entertainment artists, the band HERRICK, move up 5 spots this week on the Country Breakout Chart, placing them comfortably in the Top 80’s and continuing to climb.

“Do You Love Me” appears on the album NEW DANCE from the Nashville-based alt-country band.

Herrick brings its dynamic live show to the Willie Nelson & Friends Museum on McGavock Drive (across from the Opryland Hotel) for appearances during CMA MusicFest 2013 in Nashville. The band will perform and meet fans from noon-1pm on Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8.
NEW DANCE is truly a labor of love for the band; one that took 4 years to complete. Michael Bonagura (Bailee & The Boys) co-produced ten of the cuts on the album and Music Row icon Buddy Cannon produced four.
Herrick is comprised of Donna (mandolin/lead vocals), her husband Kerry Herrick (bass/vocals), percussionist/drummer Jeff Bradshaw and lead guitar player Jefferson Rogers.  The music is varied and diverse, mixing tradition with contemporary sounds and featuring Donna’s unparalleled vocals.

Herrick won the prestigious Country Song Award in the 11th Annual Independent Music Awards (IMA) for “Cry Memphis,” which also appears on NEW DANCE. Previously, their dynamic musicianship and intricate harmonies proved to be a winning combination in the Jim Beam Battle of the Bands at the BamaJam music festival. They were recently honored with a Telly Award for excellence for their music video.

Check out www.herricklive.com for more information. 

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