NASH Country Weekly Exclusively Announces “Love Can Go To Hell” Campaign
recording artist Ashley Gearing may have a few ex-boyfriends that will
be expecting black roses this Valentine’s Day. Gearing recently launched
a viral “Love Can Go To Hell” campaign in celebration of her new
release while anonymously delivering black roses to the Nashville music
industry. Listeners of The Bobby Bones Show’s opinions poured in as
Bobby took to social media and made a mini MAKING A MURDERER themed documentary on the mysterious source which garnered over 73K views (watch HERE).
NASH Country Weekly officially announced the campaign with a first listen of “Love Can Go To Hell” today HERE. The website LoveCanGoToHell.com
features interactive fan incentives including the option to send black
roses, share digital social gifs, enter to win a sweepstakes and listen
to the brand new track.
Written by Brandy Clark and Scott Stepakoff, “Love Can Go To Hell” takes
a unique spin on heartache while showcasing Gearing’s powerful vocals.
Ashley Gearing first found success at the age of 11 with the Billboard
hit, “Can You Hear Me When I Talk To You?”, becoming the youngest solo
artist to enter the country charts. This accomplishment beat the
long-standing record previously held by country icon Brenda Lee. Since
then Gearing has molded her craft as a songwriter, performed for various
crowds across the U.S. and even found time to graduate with a Bachelors
degree from Belmont University. The new EP has received recognition by Billboard and The Boston Globe and is available on iTunes and all other digital retailers.
For more information and to view tour dates, please visit www.AshleyGearing.com.