Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Demand Ashton Shepherd To Host A VIP Album Release Concert In A City Near You


Eventful, Inc., the leading digital media company connecting over 20 million entertainment consumers with live music and local events, has announced that they are giving music fans the opportunity to Demand that their city host a VIP album release concert with Ashton Shepherd in celebration of her new album Where Country Grows.  Featuring the song “Look It Up,” the album will be available in stores July 12th.

Fans of Ashton Shepherd have until June 30, 2011 to log on to http://eventful.com/ashtonshepherd and Demand the exclusive album release concert by using Eventful’s unique social media platform. Participants can also spread the word virally across Facebook and Twitter by inviting their friends to Demand the event in their city as well. The city with the most Demands will host the exclusive show.

“I’m excited to be giving my fans the chance to help me celebrate the release of Where Country Grows,” said Ashton Shepherd. “Eventful’s Demand it! ™ platform allows me to establish an intimate connection with my audience by giving them the opportunity to influence the outcome of something that has a lot of personal meaning to me.”

Shepherd’s current single, “Look It Up,” from her upcoming sophomore album Where Country Grows has become the fastest-rising hit of her career. It currently sits in the Top 20 on the Billboard country singles chart. It’s the much-anticipated follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut, Sounds So Good, which garnered spots on many publications’ “Best of” lists. The Wall Street Journal has called her “a potential Loretta Lynn for a new generation.” She appears poised for stellar accolades for “Where Country Grows.” The Washington Post has already named her one of five new artists to watch in 2011, noting, “…Shepherd has a voice that is instantly recognizable - a sharp twang that she brandishes like a weapon.”

Visit Ashton Shepherd at her official website, www.ashtonshepherd.com

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