Nashville Publicity Group to Release 2-Disc Album to Celebrate 10th Anniversary
Album will feature 10 songs from Nashville Publicity Group clients, and 10 songs from independent artists that may be the future of the music industry. 100% of sales will be donated to charity.

Nashville Publicity Group, a public relations firm specializing in family-friendly entertainment, will commemorate their 10th anniversary with the upcoming 2-Disc album release, Nashville Publicity Group presents TEN. The album will be released on January 1st to all digital retailers, including iTunes andAmazon.com. 100% of sales from the album will go to charities handpicked by the artists themselves.

Disc One will feature 10 tracks from artists that have been part of Nashville Publicity Group’s first decade. Participating artists include Kevin Max, Bryan Duncan, Stryper, Blessid Union of Souls, Joanne Cash (featuring Johnny Cash), Collin Raye, Kevin LeVar, Propaganda and more.

Disc Two will feature 10 handpicked songs from independent artists that have the potential to be the future of the music industry. Nashville Publicity Group is accepting submissions from indie artists through October 31, 2012. Emailinfo@nashvillepublicity.com for more information.

“Despite an economic recession and well-documented turmoil within the music industry, we’ve just experienced our tenth consecutive year of growth,” said Mayes about Nashville Publicity Group’s milestone. “I’m proud of the friends that we’ve made, the partnerships we have created and the lives that have been affected as a result of the tremendous talent that we have had the privilege to represent.”

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