May 12, 2013 - JAMIE STEVER SUPPORTS MADD CANADA WITH HIS NEW SINGLE,

 

Prince Edward County, ON's Jamie Stever is taking this Mother's Day to a whole new level. His current single "No One's Stronger Than A Mother" released to country radio nationwide, celebrates all that mothers are, and the many things they go through.

"No One's Stronger Than a Mother," written by Stever is one of ten tracks on his new album, PRETTY GOOD START, launching today, and he has partnered with MADD Canada. A portion of every sale of the album PRETTY GOOD START will be forwarded to MADD Canada to continue their efforts and awareness campaigns. As part of the official release of the album, signed copies can be purchased from the MADD Canada store for $15.00 including shipping. 100% of the song royalties "No One's Stronger than a Mother" will be donated to MADD Canada.

"I am happy to support MADD Canada by bringing awareness through my music and song, especially with this current single, No One's Stronger Than A Mother," said Jamie Stever, "If we can prevent any more tragedies with this campaign, then I humbly have done my part to help."

"Jamie's song, will resonate strongly with parents and children everywhere," says Denise Dubyk, MADD Canada's National President. "It certainly carries a very meaningful connection for MADD Canada when one remembers that the entire MADD movement began with mothers who had lost children. We are truly honoured to partner with Jamie. He is stepping forward to take the lead in sharing our sober driving message with country music fans across Canada. This incredible opportunity will educate more people and raise more awareness, with the end goal being a reduction in impaired driving in our communities."

PRETTY GOOD START arrives in time for Mother's Day, as does the official "No One's Stronger Than A Mother" video which Stever encourages everyone to share with their mom on that special day.

Visit Jamie Stever's website now to preview the song and purchase the album.



 

Last updated on: 2013-05-11 | Link to this post