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/SHANE OWENS' ACOUSTIC MUSIC VIDEO FOR "19"
Guitarist David Rodgers with Shane Owens performing "19"
Portion of Pre-Order Album Sales to Benefit Charlie Daniels' The Journey Home Project
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 10, 2016) - Amerimonte Records recording artist Shane Owens' acoustic music video for "19" will premiere on CountryRebel.com tomorrow, in celebration of Veterans Day
tells the story of a local football star signing up for the military
straight out of high school following the terror attacks on September
11, 2001. In the end he pays the ultimate sacrifice as the song
describes a life tragically cut short.
But on the day those Twin Towers came down
his whole world turned around
he told them all I can't play ball there's a war on now
he marched right in with a few good men
and joined the marines
(Tom Hambridge, Jeffrey Steele, Gary Nicholson)
A portion of Owens' Veterans Day pre-order album sales will go to The Journey Home Project,
a non-profit organization co-founded by Country Music Hall of Fame
member Charlie Daniels to support active military, veterans and their
families. "The Journey Home Project
is thankful to Shane Owens for his commitment in giving back to our
veterans. This young artist is very promising and it's an honor to be
brought in on the forefront of his career," David Corlew, Co-Founder and
Chairman of The Journey Home Project.
and fans alike have been raving about Owens' smooth vocals, song sense
and traditional Country styling. The Country newcomer was included
in the November installment of Rolling Stone Country's"10 New Country Artists You Need to Know" feature. His highly-anticipated debut album, WHERE I'M COMIN' FROM, will be available through digital retailers beginning December 9. Clickhere to pre-order the CD, and instantly receive "Chicken Truck" featuring John Anderson, the extended version of "Where I'm Comin' From," and beginning on Veterans Day,"19."