Saturday, July 04, 2009

Freedom Contest

From the Press Release:

“Karen Harding Releases Brand New Single To Radio”

-Patriotic Song To Hit Airwaves For Independence Day-

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn- 6/30/09- The newest member of the Cross & Crown Music family, Karen Harding is set to release her first radio single on the Cross & Crown Records’ label this week. “Freedom, Oh What A Word!,” was written by Karen and accomplished songwriter, John Darin Rowsey and will hit radio airwaves just in time for Independence Day. The single features Karen’s unmistakable vocals alongside a special appearance by Mike Bowling. “Freedom, Oh What A Word!” is also available digitally on, and numerous other online music stores.

Cross & Crown Music has launched a contest in conjunction with the single release. Radio listeners can phone or e-mail their personal stories of what freedom means to them to their local radio stations from July 1st until July 15th. They will be entered into a contest and have the chance to win free DVDs and CDs from the “Memories From MorningStar” library. The winning stories will also be featured A national winner will be selected August 1st. The Memories From MorningStar library includes classic recordings from the Perrys, the Crabb Family, the Isaacs, the Perry Sisters, the Bishops, the Wilburns, Carroll Roberson, Palmetto State and the Dixie Melody Boys.

Cross & Crown Music launched April 2009 just outside Nashville, Tennessee. Cross & Crown Records, 4 Square, Morning Star and Cedar Hill record labels are encompassed within the music company. The recording labels are currently home to Heirline, New Ground, Diane Rudd and a plethora of other well known Southern Gospel artists. The company plans to release classic favorites from the Morning Star label and are pursuing additional musicians to add to their ever growing roster. Cross & Crown Music offers custom projects for groups who desire the experience and excitement of recording in Nashville, Tennessee.

For more information on Cross & Crown Music, Memories From MorningStar and the “Freedom, Oh What A Word!” radio contest, visit

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