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Branson gospel music singer, songwriter Herd to release new single, vote for Herd in International Competition through May 5

Branson resident and gospel music singer/songwriter Joey Herd is preparing to release his highly anticipated new single “Anchor Me In,” later this spring 2024! 

Please vote for Joey Herd in the You God's Music Showcase International Christian Singing Competition through May 5, 2024 at www.YouGodsMusic.org

 

Joey Herd is the epitome of a Midwestern country boy, putting God first and his family and his fans second. His love for entertaining live audiences and writing songs is nothing short of “real country,” making him relatable to country fans across the nation and around the world. In fact, Joey lives by this quote, “You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.” -Malcolm S. Forbes.

 

Joey Herd grew up in Missouri and at age 12 was performing in Branson shows including The American Kids Show and onto the Grand Millennium Celebration Show with The Osmond Brothers, Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Show, Andy Williams & Ann-Margret Show and The Promise Show. Joey won the CMA Vocal Competition in Nashville for his cover of Chris Cagle’s “What A Beautiful Day” and Best Original Performance for his own song “Free Ride” and was also named Missouri Entertainer of the Year, where he currently resides and still performs frequently in the Ozarks as well as on the road traveling around the USA. Joey released his first album, “How It Feels,” in 2014 and the album/CD/downloads encompass a little something for everyone.

 

Joey learned how to play guitar, drums and the art of storytelling through musical lyrics. Music is a God-given talent that Joey discovered shortly after writing his first song "Far Far Away." Behind every song Joey writes and records there is a story, a lesson and a purpose, and behind that purpose is a man who works hard to support his family while working to make his dreams become a reality through his fans.

 

The majority of the original songs are co-written by Joey along with other hit songwriters in his circle including legendary country music songwriter, Paul Overstreet, who contributed to the album with his song “Country Life” and the legendary Jordanaires who were an American vocal quartet that formed as a gospel music group in 1948 in Springfield, Mo.

 

"Anchor Me In" is set to be added to Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud and other music outlets around the world in late spring.

 

Follow Joey Herd on Facebook and at JoeyHerd.com. For Joey Herd concert dates and booking information, go to joeyherd.com or email info@joeyherd.com

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