Country Singing Sensation Beth Cayhall Spreads Some Holiday Cheer
After a year of success, country’s latest powerhouse vocalist Beth Cayhall is ready to wrap it all up in style and deliver music and friendship to those who need it most this holiday season.
She will join professional singers and musicians in the SAG-AFTRA Nashville’s 22nd Annual Holiday Caroling on Tuesday, December 11th. Stops include men, women and children’s homeless shelters, School for the Blind and the J.B. Knowles Retirement Center.
excited. I love this time of year and can’t think of a better way to
use my talents than to help lift spirits of those in need,” smiles Beth.
“It’s important to feel blessed and grateful with what we a have and
less concerned with what we don’t. I’m ready to put a smile on the faces
by singing Christmas carols!”
Beth’s latest single, Boys Eat Your Hearts Out, has
been blasting through radio speakers nationwide, along with the music
video receiving thousands of views. This effervescent gal is loaded with
talent, ambition, and savvy style and graced the CMA Close Up magazine in the Debut Spotlight Featured Artist section and the Featured Artist to Watch in 2012 spot. Boys Eat Your Hearts Out is off her highly anticipated debut album Worth Fighting For,
which was produced by Grammy-nominated Kent Wells (Dolly Parton). This
coastal Delaware native co-wrote all but two of the songs on the album,
teaming up with writers such as Dave Robbins and Lonnie Wilson.
For more information and to get the latest scoop on what’s in store for Beth in 2013, visit www.bethcayhall.com.
About SAG-AFTRA: SAG-AFTRA brings together two of the entertainment industry’s most
powerful unions: The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of
Television and Radio Artists. Both were formed in the 1930’s in an
effort to defend and preserve the rights of actors and media artists.
Today, they unite to negotiate the fairest wages and working conditions
for those in the industry, while also protecting members from
unauthorized usage of their creative works. The Nashville division also
works to protect the rights of songwriters. This year’s caroling event
marks the first event in Nashville since the merger of these two unions.
For more information, visit www.sagaftra.org.