New album, Free The Music, available Oct. 2
CBS This Morning Exclusive Interview and Performances in New York to Launch Album Release Week
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (Friday, September 28, 2012) – In celebration of the release of his new album, Free The Music (available Oct. 2), Jerrod Niemann will appear on CBS This Morning Monday, Oct. 1, and perform an intimate, stripped concert, Live From Home with Jerrod Niemann, at New York’s eclectic Housing Works Bookstore Café in an effort to raise funds and awareness to fight AIDS and homelessness in New York City.
Additionally, now through Sunday, September 30, Niemann will set his new music free by giving fans the chance to stream it on his official website before it becomes available. Fans can pre-order Free The Music now by clicking here.
On Oct. 2, Niemann will make a special trip to sing with the kids of the sensational PS22 Chorus in Staten Island, NY who have achieved extraordinary accomplishments – both musically and academically. Other artists who have performed with the PS22 Chorus include Beyonce, Gym Class Heroes, Lady Gaga, Stevie Nicks, Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood and more; and they've been frequently featured in the media including appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC Nightly News, Anderson Cooper 360°, the Academy Awards and more.
For fans in the NYC-area, tickets for the Housing Works Bookstore Café concert are still available for $25 and can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Pu9mkP.
With the purchase of a merchandise bundle at www.JerrodNiemannOfficial.com, fans will also receive an exclusive, limited edition vinyl of Free The Music.
For more information on Jerrod Niemann and his forthcoming new album Free The Music, visit www.JerrodNiemannOfficial.com or follow him on Twitter @jrodfromoz.
About Housing Works, Inc.
Housing Works Inc. is a minority-controlled, community-based, not-for-profit organization that provides housing, health care, advocacy and support services to homeless men, women and children living with HIV and AIDS. Founded in 1990, Housing Works' mission is to help people living with AIDS and HIV who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to gain stability, security and independence so that they can live their lives with hope and dignity. All proceeds from the Used Book Cafe go towards support of these programs.