GLEN TEMPLETON’S “SING THAT SONG AGAIN” EVOKES VIRAL APPEAL

GLEN TEMPLETON’S “SING THAT SONG AGAIN” EVOKES VIRAL APPEAL
 
Fan-Generated Support Goes Global With Videos From Taj Mahal To Gateway Arch
 
 
Nashville, TN…(May 2, 2012)
Fans of Glen Templeton are showing their support of the new single
“Sing That Song Again” on a global level by recording their own
rendition in front of global landmarks and uploading them to YouTube. 
 
Videos
have come all the way from the Taj Mahal in Agra, India to the domestic
soil of Mount Rushmore near Keystone, SD; Times Square in New York
City, the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. and the Gateway Arch
in St. Louis, MO.
 
Released
on March 26, 2012 on Black River Entertainment, “Sing That Song Again”
generated over 1,000 units in its first week of sales and is available
now on
iTunes.
 
 










 
 
ABOUT GLEN TEMPLETON:
Glen
Templeton first felt country music tugging on his soul while growing
up in Elrod, Alabama. In 2004, the pull was strong enough to compel him
to pack up and head north to Nashville. After just two weeks of living
in Music City, he walked into the famed Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, put a
tip in the jar and took the stage.  They offered him a regular gig the
moment he left the stage. In July of 2011, GT signed with Black River
Entertainment and will release his self-titled album, completing
the EP that is available now, later this year.  For more information on
Glen Templeton visit 
www.glentempleton.com or 
facebook.com/gtmusic

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