Lady Antebellum Searching For Heroes For Music Video
Lady Antebellum has teamed up with Musicians On Call, a U.S. nonprofit that brings music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities, and National Geographic to offer the once-in-a-lifetime chance to be a part of their forthcoming music video for “Army."
While promoting National Geographic's new mini-series The Long Road Home, Lady A is looking for followers to submit a photo or video on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram showcasing the real-life heroes in their lives using the hashtag #MyArmyContest and tagging @NatGeoChannel.
They'll sort through the submissions and decide on the best of the best to be featured in the video for their new Heart Break single,”Army."
Get your submissions in because it all ends on Nov. 7. For more information, head over to the contest's official website.
The Long Road Home is based upon Martha Raddatz's best-selling book and follows the events on April 4, 2004, when a platoon was ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad. It was an attack that became known as Black Sunday.
Over the weekend, Lady A also went above and beyond to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Musicians On Call in Nashville with an exclusive sold-out concert at City Winery. While they headlined the Bobby Bones-hosted event, it also featured performances from the likes of Charles Esten, Brandon Ray, The Railers, Filmore, Chuck Wicks as well as a special appearance by Peter Frampton.
Original article by James Dinh at iHeartRadio