Kimberly Dunn joins the musical lineup for Granger Smith’s Boot Walk Celebration Concert to be held Thursday, April 11th at Fort Hood Harley Davidson in Harker Heights, TX.
Country music artist Granger Smith plans to celebrate the completion of the 3rd Annual 100-Mile Boot Walk in a big way—by treating fans to a free concert! Granger is dedicating this free show to all of America’s brave defenders. Granger Smith’s post-Boot Walk concert will be from 7:00-10:00pm on April 11th at Fort Hood Harley Davidson 875 W Central Texas Expressway Harker Heights, TX.
Donations will be welcomed at the door, and every dollar will go back to support troops through the Boot Campaign, a national 501c3 non-profit dedicated to showing tangible appreciation for our active military, raising awareness of the challenges they face upon return and supporting their transition home.
For more info, click here.
This morning Kimberly stopped by the set of KHOU’s Great Day Houston to perform “Randy Rogers.”
“The Texas ‘Red Dirt’ Music scene is wall-to-wall packed with male artists, but lately the guys have had to make some room for the ladies. Texas Rising Star Kimberly Dunn is ready to belt out another tune on the Great Day Houston stage.”
View the entire interview and performance on KHOU’s website.
We are proud to announce that Kimberly Dunn has been nominated for 2 Texas Regional Radio Report awards: Best Female Vocalist & Best New Female Artist. Second round voting has begun and YOU, the fans, have a voice!! Head over to the TRRR awards show homepage to create an account (very simple/quick) and cast your vote!!! -MGMT
About the Texas Regional Radio Report:
'The time came for a resource information project that would present a larger more comprehensive tool available to assist in the development of an enormous and growing number of Texas' Talent…'
In January 2004, the Texas Regional Radio Report was initiated and made available to all interested in the Texas Music Industry. This chart-based publication was developed to bring credible recognition to the sizeable assortment of music being played in this “regional” market. It has a purpose to help promote Texas Music and the artists that perform that music throughout the great region of Texas…and beyond. It can assist in the development of an artists’ recording career by authenticating the activity of their music being played within the Texas Regional radio network as well as give the artist a sense of direction and conviction in the Texas music scene.
While the Texas Regional Radio Report supports and promotes the Texas Artists, it also understands that an extreme variety of “Texas Music” is released to radio daily. Likewise, we know that “Texas Music” is not the only music regional Texas radio is receiving and playing in a 24 hour clock. Radio programming is offering to it’s listeners all combinations, styles and sounds of music be it Texas or Nashville, Mainstream or Country, Country Rock or Americana while not forgetting the definitive historical sounds of Texas Swing … all of which melts together into music for the World! More info:
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