Bucky Covington Releases New Single "I Wanna Be That Feeling” To Country Radio
After signing a record deal with Entertainment One Music Group late last year, country music star Bucky Covington is excited to release his long-awaited new single “I Wanna Be That Feeling” to country radio. “I Wanna Be That Feeling,” the lead single from Bucky’s sophomore album expected mid 2012, is the perfect up-tempo country love song, written by Jimmy Yeary and Ben Hayslip. The song delivers to country radio today via PlayMPE with an add date set for May 7th.
The good news is piling up as Covington gears up for a busy touring season. He’s recently played two dates supporting injured police and fire fighters as spokesperson for one of his favorite charities, Help The Good Guys. He just performed this past weekend in Nashville, TN at the Southern Women’s Show supporting Camp Phoenix Burn Camp with Nashville Firefighters Local 140, and in Madisonville, TN with proceeds benefitting injured Tennessee Highway Patrol Officer Sgt. Lowell Russell. Upcoming Help The Good Guys dates are adding often with the next show taking place April 22nd in Little Rock, AR.
About Bucky Covington:Bucky Covington’s self-titled debut CD opened at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with the biggest first week sales for any debut country artist that year. He went on to become the best selling debut artist that year and delivered three consecutive Top 10 hit singles to country radio. In addition to competing on the fifth season of American Idol, Bucky’s national television appearances have included Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kelly!, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show andFox & Friends. To learn more about Bucky Covington, connect at www.buckycovington.comor follow him on twitter @buckycovington.
ABOUT HELP THE GOOD GUYS:Approximately 130,000 firefighters and police officers suffer duty related injuries or illness every year. Many are permanently injured with life altering disabilities and are unable to return to work. Help The Good Guys serves to honor and support our country’s injured Fire Fighters and Police Officers who are experiencing financial crisis due to work related injuries. Founded by medically retired Metro Nashville police officer Mickey Milam, the organization seeks to ease the emotional and financial burden for our wounded community heroes. To learn more, visit www.HelpTheGoodGuys.com.
Source: Monarch Publicity