COUNTRY MUSIC’S YOUNG ARTISTS RECORD EMPOWERING NEW SONG “THE HUMAN RACE”

 

 

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COUNTRY MUSIC’S YOUNG ARTISTS RECORD
EMPOWERING NEW SONG “THE HUMAN RACE”
                              

Several of country music’s brightest young stars have recorded “The Human Race,” an empowering anthem which premiered yesterday on Radio Disney and Radio Disney Country. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and distributed by the Disney Music Group on Buena Vista Records, it will be available for purchase TODAY, NOVEMBER 18 on iTunes and available for free download on the T-Mobile Tuesdays app while supplies last on November 22.  In conjunction with its release and in celebration of Radio Disney’s ‘Share the Joy’ campaign, a donation is being made to City of Hope, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Toys for Tots, Feeding America, and Musicians on Call.

“The dedication and talent of so many artists and performers on this song manifests heart and humanity, and the positive power of music in our lives,” said Phil Guerini, Vice President, Music Strategy, Disney Channels Worldwide and General Manager, Radio Disney Networks.

The recording artists include country music stars Kelsea Ballerini, Scotty McCreery, Locash, Jessie Chris, Mickey Guyton, Lindsay Ell and others who contributed their voices to the track.

The single was produced by Guerini, Mike Daly, Executive Director, A&R and Music Publishing, Disney Music Group (Jason Mraz, Lucy Hale), and Grammy-nominated producer and songwriter Billy Mann.

A sneak peek of “The Human Race” music video will be broadcast during “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” airing on ABC on Thursday, November 24 at 8:00 p.m. EST.

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