Rockie Lynne Pays Tribute To The Troops
May 26, 2010 at 2:35 PM (PT)
Country artist ROCKIE LYNNE is releasing an album of songs dedicated to the troops, called “Songs For Soldiers.” ROCKIE, a veteran of the U.S. ARMY, will donate 1/3 of the proceeds to troop-related causes.
He will head out on a media tour to promote the JUNE 1st release of the album by appearing on FOX NEWS CHANNEL’s “Fox & Friends” on MONDAY (5/31), FOX BUSINESS NETWORK’s “America’s Daily Scoreboard” (also on MONDAY), the FOX ENTERTAINMENT affiliate feed on FRIDAY (5/28), the nationally syndicated “Better TV” show (5/28 performance and 5/31 interview), “Daytime” (MONDAY 5/31), ABC’s “What’s The Buzz” (6/1), FOX NEWS RADIO (6/1), “The LAURA INGRAHAM Show” (6/2) and “The Daily Buzz” (6/3).
ROCKIE has launched a new website at www.rockielynne.com that includes his upcoming appearances and the video for his new song, “Heroes Come From Small Towns.” For every copy of the CD purchased through the website, he will send another copy of the record to a service member deployed overseas. Consumers can write a note of thanks on the website to accompany the CD.
Concurrently, the date has been announced for the 7th Annual TRIBUTE TO THE TROOPS motorcycle ride, hosted by ROCKIE’s TRIBUTE TO THE TROOPS organization. The ride will take place SEPTEMBER 10-12 in MINNESOTA. Visit his website for more details.