A salute to our Military, Firefighters, Police Officers and ALL Emergency Service Personnel
(Nashville, Tenn. – Sep. 25, 2013) – Country recording artists Austin Webb and Dakota Bradley are set to perform at the Everyday Heroes Concert on September 28. The event, presented by Rockin’ Country Thunder 106, the New Jersey State PBA and Community, Kimball and Monmouth Medical Centers, will take place at the Seaside Boardwalk in Seaside Heights, N.J. The free all-day event is a thank you to those who responded to the devastating boardwalk fire on September 12 and to all emergency service workers and military.
“The best part about music is that it can be therapeutic,” said Austin Webb. “I’m honored and grateful to be performing in support of such a great cause. The Seaside Heights humanitarian efforts have been wonderful and inspiring to the rest of the country. I’m happy to be part of this show.”
Dakota Bradley added, “I’ve been looking forward to coming back to New Jersey to put some smiles back on the faces of people who may not have had a reason to smile for a while.”
The event will start at 11 a.m. and end with a firework show, presented by the New Jersey Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association, at dusk.
There will be free bounce houses on the beach, provided by Party Zone of Jackson, along with Obstacle Courses provided by MudManX. Attendees will also be able to ride the rides at Casino Pier all day with half price wristbands.
For more information visit http://thunder106.com/everyday-heroes-concert.
About Austin Webb: Austin Webb is signed to Streamsound Records, the Nashville-based label founded by Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sugarland) and veteran industry exec Jim Wilkes. The newcomer’s current single called, Slip On By is currently at Country radio. The song is a sentimental ballad that stresses the value of time and not living in regret. This harmonious tune plucks on the heartstrings of growing older and emphasizes the importance of not letting time ‘slip on by.’ Country Weekly named Austin as “One To Watch in 2013.” He is a Greenville, S.C., native and Nashville resident. Austin’s music straddles the line between the two genres he grew up listening to most: Country and Soul. Citing influences like Joe Cocker, Otis Redding, Bill Withers, Guy Clark, Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt. He has been touring the country visiting radio stations in support of the launch of his new music.
About Dakota Bradley: Country newcomer Dakota Bradley recently released his debut single, “Somethin’ Like Somethin’,” to Country radio. The release garnered Dakota his first Top 50 on Billboard and was the first single from his forthcoming 2013 full-length album, which is co-produced by Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore and Country music superstar Tim McGraw. At 16, Bradley received heaps of attention after posting several performances on YouTube, leading up to a performance of the song “The Girl Is Mine” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Buzz about Dakota led to working with some of Nashville’s finest producers and writers, including Byron Gallimore, who eventually signed the young talent to his label, Streamsound Records. The 20-year-old St. Louis native currently lives in Nashville and has been visiting radio stations on a national radio tour and playing shows throughout the United States.
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