Country Singer Kristian Bush and Goodwill Ambassador Releases His Debut Solo Album

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Country Singer Kristian Bush and Goodwill Ambassador Releases His Debut Solo Album

Cincinnati, OH ·· April 14, 2015 ·· On April 7th, country music recording artist and Goodwill® ambassador Kristian Bush of Sugarland released his debut solo album, Southern Gravity, in the United States. Touted as “the feel good album of the year,” the album contains new songs by Kristian as well as his hit single that helped launch his partnership with Goodwill late last year, “Trailer Hitch” (named by Rolling Stone as one of the top 25 country music songs of 2014).

Kristian Bush created a big splash last year with his debut solo hit “TRAILER HITCH,” reminding all of us that we can’t take our stuff with us when we go, so why not #GIVE IT AWAY?” As one half of the Platinum-selling duo Sugarland, Kristian knows a thing or two about partnerships. Now, he’s teamed up with Goodwill to encourage you to take the “TRAILER HITCH” message to heart. You can donate clothing, electronics and small household items that you no longer use or need. Goodwill will sell those items in its network of retail stores and those funds will go directly to Goodwill’s mission of providing job training and employment services for people with disabilities and our nation’s veteran’s right here in Cincinnati. To find out more about Goodwill’s services for the community, please visit www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/about.

As one of the largest providers of vocational training and job placement services in Southwestern Ohio, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries has had nearly a 100 year history of excellence in the quality of services it provides to Greater Cincinnati. Each year, Ohio Valley Goodwill serves over 3,000 men and women with disabilities and our nation’s veterans. Community support helps Goodwill put people to work.

 

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