CURT ANDERSON RELEASES ANOTHER NEW SONG "ALL OF ME (FEAT. KJ-52)" WITH PRE-ORDER by Dream Records on 2015-12-15 10:47:32
Los Angeles, CA (December, 2015) — With a recent announcement of Curt Anderson's pre-order, Every Moment, we are pleased to announce a new song has been released titled, "All Of Me (feat. KJ-52)" on iTunes. Every Moment releases January 15th on Dream Records. Curt's new single, "Keep It Beating" is currently rising up the Hot AC/CHR radio chart.
To pre-order Curt's new album, Every Moment with a t-shirt or hoodie, click here.
Here's the official track list:
1. Keep it Beating
2. Love is Rising
3. Love Like You Love
4. When it Hurts
6. Every Moment
7. Live for More
8. I Won't Run
9. All of Me (feat. KJ-52)
10. For Us
11. Beautiful Life
Listen to "All Of Me (feat. KJ-52)" here on YouTube.
About Curt Anderson:
Curt Anderson has been making music since he could first reach the piano keys. Fast forward a couple decades and he’s knocking out hundreds of shows around the world. And while Curt is passionate about music, he’s more passionate about people. “I feel like music is the vehicle God has given me to show love to people.” Coming from a small Michigan town, it’s that “love God, love people” mentality that is the core of Nashville, Tennessee-based Curt Anderson’s music.
About Dream Records:
Dream was founded in 2008 to provide artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By allowing for a partnership as a business model, DREAM artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message. Incorporating social media, press, radio and touring, DREAM is helping its artists grow together as a family.
Release Date: October 27, 2017 Reviewer: Jon Ownbey Rating: 4 stars
MUSIC VIDEO Behold Israel - Special Middle East Current Events Update, Nov. 13, 2018.
ARTICLE Slightly Obsessed #227: Release the Beautiful
As we smiled at the people we met on our walk I wondered at the social custom that requires face-to-face congeniality on a bike path among strangers who would soon be in our respective cars fighting over a lane change. It’s easier to be mad at people when we can’t see their faces.