CURT ANDERSON RELEASES NEW ALBUM "EVERY MOMENT" by Dream Records on 2016-01-19 09:52:09
Los Angeles, CA (January, 2015) — Curt Anderson has released his new studio album Every Moment on Dream Records. Over the last month, Curt released new songs every week as part of an extensive pre-order campaign on iTunes leading up to the release including "Love Like You Love", "All of Me (featuring KJ-52)" and his debut radio single, "Keep It Beating" which is currently New & Active on the Billboard Hot AC / CHR chart. You can pick up Every Moment on CD with a T-shirt, digital download or streaming or you can also text "Curt" to 51555 and we'll send you the download link as well.
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.
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