Georgia-based Country Rockers Film Feature Movie Scene
Nashville, TN — Southern country rockers BADHORSE make the turn for home as they wrap up a three-week, 27-station radio promotional tour across eight states (AL, AR GA, KS, LA, MO, MS, OK). The Georgia-based band is busy promoting their current single, “Mississippi Rain,” from their upcoming, self-titled CD, produced by 30-year industry veteran and R & B star, Larry Blackmon (Universal/Pyramid/GMR). “It’s been an experience,” says BADHORSE lead vocalist, Adam Grant. “We’re a group of guys with our own personalities, but we get along great and appreciate and enjoy the opportunity to get out and meet with radio.
While radio has been “very good” to the band, the film industry is sitting up and taking notice as well. The six-member group traveled back to South Georgia in the middle of their radio promo tour to film a scene for the upcoming movie, FISHERS OF MEN. BADHORSE will have six songs (two originals; four “oldies”) featured in the faith-based film, which is set in the 1950s. “Movie footage will be interwoven with shots of the band performing and will serve as a promotional tool for marketing the movie and its soundtrack,” according to a rep from Desert Wind Films. The band will see more “camera time” early next month when they shoot a video for “Mississippi Rain” on the banks of the Pearl River.
BADHORSE has shared the stage with performers Trace Atkins, Zac Brown Band, Randy Travis and Shenandoah. Lead vocalist Grant, rhythm guitarist Robert E. and lead guitarist Charlie Gilbert are the group’s primary creative writing team, while bassist Mike Deems, drummer Chris Mathis and keyboardist/guitarist Joel Bridges round out BADHORSE’S edgy country vibe.
Catch up with BADHORSE online @ http://www.badhorsemusic.com.
RADIO PROMOTION CONTACT:
Bruce Reiner / On The Air Promotion / (310)877-9800
Martha Moore, so much MOORE media / 615.746.3994
Kirt Webster, Webster & Associates / 615.777.6995