JIMMY NEEDHAM VIDEO GRACE AMAZING DEBUTS IN HEAVY ROTATION ON MTVU “BEST FRESHMEN VIDEO”

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Inpop Records announced today that Jimmy Needham’s video, Grace Amazing has won overwhelming fan support to become “Best Freshmen Video.”   The video has gone into heavy rotation and will air around twenty-five times this week.  Fans vote each week for their favorite video of five listed, between 11:00 am – 2:00 pm EST each Friday.  “Grace Amazing” is from Needham’s previous CD, Nightlights, and features guest artist Trip Lee.

Needham is poised to release his fourth CD for Inpop Records, Clear The Stage, on March 27, 2012.   The first single from the project, If I Ever Needed Grace, is going for adds at radio this week.  The song was co-written by Needham and Ed Cash, the producer for Needham’s new album.

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