Nashville, TN, August 29, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Vern Gosdin announces the release of his life's works on a much anticipated 101 song Box Set titled 40 Years of the Voice.
The man known to his fans and peers as The Voice of Country Music gives back to country....your country. Proceeds will be donated to a new storm relief project called Voice For Relief which has recently named Vern Gosdin as the spokesperson for this great cause.
This decorated songwriter and artist (1983 Artist of the Year, 23 singles, twelve Top 10's and three #1 hits) has written some of country music's biggest hits including “Chiseled in Stone”, “Set 'em up Joe”, “Wright in the Wrong Direction”, “That Just about Does It”, George Straight's #1 hit “Today My World Slipped Away” and the list goes on.
The Gosdin camp is thrilled to be a part of Voice For Relief. This non-profit emergency relief organization aims at assisting families, communities and businesses recovering from the catastrophic storms that effect our country each year. The project will also work with other established relief organizations.
~40 Years of The Voice~ is currently available on the website.
"We thank everyone for taking action and helping out in any way they can."
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