ABANDON KANSAS TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE ANDLYRIC VIDEO TODAY FOR THE SONGTURN IT TO GOLD Gotee Records band Abandon Kansas have been busy working on new music and today the band is releasing their new single “Turn it to Gold”, produced by Dustin Burnett (Newsboys, Augustana) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (Relient K, House of Heroes). “In the spirit of the Olympics, we realized that life brings so many moments when our dreams are put to the test, when all of our passion and hard work are put on the line, and we find out if we are worth something. Much like the long-lasting value of even the smallest piece of gold, I think everyone’s life can be a legacy.”– says singer Jeremy Spring See the lyric video, made by the band here http://youtu.be/LD-BSsrCkkM Download the single at iTunes http://bit.ly/itgold or AmazonMP3.comhttp://bit.ly/azakgold Abandon Kansas is: Jeremy Spring – vocals, guitar, keys, Brad Foster – guitar, Nick Patrick – bass, Brian Scheideman – drums. With nonstop touring and a DIY work ethic, the band has already garnered a legion of loyal fans and has no intention of slowing down. www.abandonkansaslovesyou.com
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