THE “BEST NEW ACT IN COUNTRY MUSIC” JOHNNY BULFORD CONTINUES TO PERFORM SONGS FROM “LIVIN’ IT UP” AROUND HIS HOME STATE OF FLORIA INCLUDING OPENING FOR DARYL WORLEY
2009 Colgate Country Showdown Winner Will Perform July 3 Opening For Daryl Worley at Bandshell In Daytona, July 4 At Kissimmee Fireworks Show In Kissimmee, And July 11 At Suwannee Park In Live Oak
Rising country sensation Johnny Bulford’s (www.johnnybulford.com) wild and incredible 2009 is truly living up to “Livin It Up,” his infectious new song that’s also the title track to his upcoming third indie album.
The charismatic Central Florida based singer/songwriter was named “Best New Act In Country Music” at the 27th Annual Colgate Country Showdown (www.countryshowdown.com), hosted by superstar LeAnn Rimes at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium and was syndicated across the country this spring.
Bulford will perform at Sunshine Bowling in Deland on June 27 at 3 p.m. at a celebrity bowling fundraiser benefiting former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Leon Bright’s local charities.
On July 3, Bulford will open for country superstar Daryl Worley at The Daytona Beach Bandshell at 5:30 p.m.
Bulford will celebrate the Fourth of July with a performance at the Kissimmee Fireworks Show at Kissimmee Lakefront Park at 7:00 p.m.
On July 11, Bulford will perform at the Suwannee Music Park’s Music Hall in Suwannee at 8:30 p.m.
At the age of 23, the performer—whose competition accolades include placing second in the Recording Academy sponsored Florida Grammys in 2007—has already opened major shows for Collin Raye, Josh Turner, Emerson Drive, Diamond Rio, Tracy Lawrence, Tanya Tucker and even Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night fame.
Bulford also recently scored an endorsement deal with manufacturing powerhouse Taylor Guitars.
Bulford is celebrating the recent release of Livin It Up, featuring tracks written or co-written and produced by the singer and collaborations with renowned Nashville songwriting heavyweights, the Grammy nominated Charlie Craig (Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton) and Robert Arthur (Brad Paisley, Mark Chesnutt).