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We're All American Kids
  • Artist: Harvey Perdue
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 643157402237
  • Item #: 1323922X
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2/9/2009
  • Rank: 1000000000
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We're All American Kids on CD

Harvey Perdue has gospel in his soul and country in his bones. When he sings, you know you are hearing a classic country singer that can make a syllable sound like a paragraph. He can belt out a song that will cut right through you, but he doesn't sing the same old country song. Harvey combines the traditional country sound with a gospel message of love, hope and redemption to impact people's lives. "My music is a prayer," says Harvey, "It's for people who have been to the bottom, real people struggling with their faith, and problems in Life." Harvey is definitely 'on target' with his new Country single release, "Get Up Dow Jones." Maybe it's time we all had a laugh about the stock market. Even though "Get Up Dow Jones" has a humorous, country boy twist to the lyrics, DJ's and Country Music promoters have stated, "This is the most current Country song about Today - it's a song for right now." A newspaper reporter recently asked Harvey, "How did you get the idea for this song?" He replied, "Well, I know some country folks who know every song George Jones ever recorded and can sing every word, but they don't know anything about Wall Street and Dow Jones. They really could care less. They go to work everyday, do their job, obey the laws, pay taxes, raise their family, party on Saturday, go to church on Sunday, and back to work on Monday. These folks know how to survive, in spite of The Wall Street Roller Coaster. They really do think maybe Dow Jones is one of George's kinfolks." 'Get Up Dow Jones" is the featured song, on Harvey Perdue's new country album, 'We're All American Kids". This is Harvey's 10th Album. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Harvey is the son of a minister who has served for 37 years, pioneering 12 churches in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Missouri. Young Harvey began singing and playing guitar before he was six years old. He was also writing songs at ten years old, and started recording his songs at the age of 12. Harvey was know as "The Little George Jones" at the age of 14 and was singing with his Family's Band at the Linden Circle Theater and at many hayrides and jamborees throughout the Mid-South. Harvey has written more than 200 religious songs and more than 180 country songs. Artists in both genres of music have recorded his Songs. Awarded Entertainer Of The Year for his song, "America You're Too Young To Die" by the Country Gospel Music Association. He also received the 1999 Pioneer Award from the Texas International Music Association, the Silver Heart for CGMA Lyricist Of The Year and was named 1999 New Artist Of The Year by The Associated Media Group. In 2000, Harvey was inducted into the Country Gospel Music Association Hall Of Fame. Harvey has recorded ten albums. Harvey has worked and recorded for Legend Music Producers, Henry Slaughter; Gary S. Paxton; And Les Ladd. He has Appeared as a guest, on The Grand Ole Opry, The Mid-Night Jamboree; The Kenny Roger's MS Telethon; TBN, The Nashville Network; The Nashville Cowboy Church; and Music Theaters in Branson, MO.; Nashville, TN.; Pigeon Forge, TN.; and Hot Springs,AR. Harvey has had 7 #1 Radio Hits, with over 3o Top Ten Songs in Gospel and Country Music, World Wide. He is a genuine country stylist with the heart of a crusader. He has a passion for music and a compassion for people. He combines these two passions as a vehicle for the Lord's work.