USCA (April 7, 2015) - The United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) is pleased to announce an upcoming promotion on behalf of singer/songwriter Brenn Hill. In recent years, Brenn Hill has partnered with USCA in donating a portion of his album sales to the organization. The release of Brenn’s eleventh studio recording, Spirit Rider, and the first release on the new Defenders Recording Label, will once again provide an opportunity for producers across the country to support both Brenn and USCA.
Recorded at Spiral Recording Studios in St George, Utah, and produced by Brenn Hill and renowned Multi-Instrumentalist Ryan Tilby, Spirit Rider is Hill’s first Faith-Based recording. It features six original songs penned by Hill, covers of Texas Cowboy classics like Andy Wilkinson’s “Power In the Wind” and Red Steagall’s “One Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse”, and classic hymns like “Nearer My God To Thee”, “The Old Rugged Cross”, and “How Great Thou Art.”
Hill states, “I want to make a statement of hope with this recording, for those who have supported me and anyone who needs a reminder that Faith is real. My friends in the ranching industry have taught me that time and again.”
Hill has partnered with US Cattlemen in recent years with a joint promotional effort during the Holiday Season by sharing a portion of his record sales with USCA. Hill will send a portion of the proceeds of each sale of his new release, Spirit Rider to US Cattlemen. The promotion will run through the month of April 2015.
“I want to contribute to those that inspire me to keep writing and singing. The times are difficult, the west is dry, and the future is uncertain for the Heartland and American Agriculture. I need to do my part.”
Danni Beer, President of USCA, commented on the promotion, “USCA is excited to again partner with Brenn; his continued commitment to give back to the industry and those he writes about is greatly appreciated. We hope that everyone will consider Brenn’s album, Spirit Rider and strengthen USCA during the month of April.”
Spirit Rider CDs can be purchased online at www.brennhill.com, or downloaded at ITunes.
For more information contact USCA at 202-546-0464 or Defenders Recording Company at (801) 628-6844.