Teen songstress, Bailey James, an emerging face on the country scene who has already acquired over 100,000 followers across her social media platforms, is finding success on her multi-city radio tour after a bustling 2017 featuring appearances and performances at the CMA Music Festival and Charlie Daniels Celebrity Golf Classic. Visiting stations across Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Wisconsin and New York, Bailey has been winning over country listeners and program and music directors with the co-penned female anthem Run Girl, a track written by Bailey, Julie Downs and country hit maker Steve O’Brien.
“I am really proud of this song,” James said. “It’s a reminder to everyone that any goal or dream can be achieved as long as you are willing to put in the hard work to make it happen.”
The Country Network, available in over 51 markets across the U.S. and on Roku, hosted the world broadcast premiere of the music video for Run Girl during the CMA Music Festival. This coinciding with Bailey’s second year appearing in the exhibit hall where she greeted fans in both the RFD-TV and Visit Music City booths and she performed at the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon. The video is also currently airing on The Heartland TV Network.
Radio stations are coming on in stride with Bailey who is currently serving as the national youth advocate for the suicide awareness and prevention organization The Jason Foundation alongside celebrity ambassadors Rascal Flatts and Charlie Daniels.
“We had a blast with Bailey James live in the studio! It’s hard to believe she’s so young with an amazing voice! I can’t wait to hear more of her music!” – Melissa Frost of KRRV Alexandria, LA.
“One of the best new talents to come our way in a long time. Great music, super vocals, the whole package. That’s Bailey James.” – Ed Carter of WLLX-FM/WLXA-FM/WKSR-FM Lawrenceburg, TN.
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YouTube: Bailey James
About Bailey James
With over 90,000 fans online, the rising country songstress and social media sensation Bailey James was honored to team up with The Jason Foundation, a nationally-recognized leader in youth suicide awareness and prevention programs, to serve as the organization’s national youth advocate, joining longtime supporters and celebrity ambassadors Rascal Flatts and Charlie Daniels. As a teen, Bailey has penned songs with notable writers, recorded a full-length debut album, Where It All Begins, and even performed on the world famous Bluebird Café and Wildhorse Saloon stages.
Bailey’s budding career and original track grabbed the attention of WBKO-TV (ABC) anchor Laura Rogers, who said “[I am] so amazed at her raw talent. She’s only in the 7th grade, but she is so mature. A new LeAnn Rimes.”
In 2016, she made her CMA Music festival debut and is excited to return to the fest and release her new female anthem Run Girl. At the 2017 CMA Fest, she will be appearing in the both the Visit Music City and RFD-TV booths and kicking off the PLAtinum Acoustic Fan Jam II at the Wildhorse Saloon. Dates, times and additional information on those appearance can be found on her social media sites.