Katie Armiger puts out new single from upcoming CD
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
– Katie Armiger released a new single, Kiss Me Now,
via iTunes in advance of a Feb. 1 add rate at radio. The song is the first single from Armiger's forthcoming third album on Cold River Records. This week, the song was the third most downloaded song by radio behind Jack Ingram and Luke Bryan.
Armiger wrote the song along with Lyric Street recording artist Sarah Buxton and Nashville songwriter Blair Daly.
Armiger, who has been writing over the last several months with Nashville songwriters for the third album, recently took part in the 21st Annual Country Cares for St. Jude Kids seminar in Memphis. Armiger visited patients at St Jude's Children Hospital. The two-day event bought together artists and radio representatives from around the country to continue building on the radio fundraising program that has made more than $365 million to support St. Jude's mission of finding cures and saving lives.
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