The Project, Four Years In The Development, Focuses On "Sharing A Message Of Hope And Inspiration With A World In Need"
Online PR News – 20-November-2010 – – Earlier today, H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow announced the formal release of his first album "Country Goes Global." The project, four years in the development, focuses on "Sharing a message of hope and inspiration with a world in need."
Country Music Association Artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow is founder of the Humanitarian Resource Institute and United Nations Arts Initiative. Since 1989, national project development and advocacy work included the formation of Humanitarian Resource Institute (www.humanitarian.net), to "Bridge Unmet Needs to Untapped Resources." Today, this work continues through the United Nations Arts Initiative (www.unarts.org) and global promotion of "Arts Integration Into Education." He is also a Member/Publisher: American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
Digital purchase of the album and soundtracks will also be available through 7digital, Amazon MP3, Apple iTunes, Deezer, Emusic, GreatIndieMusic, Last.fm, LimeWire, Liquid Digital Media, MediaNet, MySpace Music, Napster, Nokia, Rhapsody, Shockhound, Spotify, ThumbPlay, Tradebit, Verizon and Zune. Stay tuned for updates.
To purchase the digital Album on CD Baby, visit: http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/HIIStephenMichaelApatow
Broadcast quality tracks are available for Radio and Television through AirPlay Direct: http://airplaydirect.com/music/stephenmichaelapatow
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-- Top40 Charts - Nominate "The American Way" 2010 Country Music Song of the Year: Top40 Charts/Humanitarian Resource Institute, 13 November 2010. Url: http://www.unarts.org/news/aiie_top40charts1152010.html
-- Top40 Charts - H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow Pushes New Standard Of Care For Cancer Treatment: Top40 Charts/Humanitarian Resource Institute, 9 November 2010. Url: http://www.unarts.org/news/aiie_top40charts1192010.html