June 7, 2011 (Newswire.com) - Perfect Vision Records and indie promo veteran Alan Young have teamed up for the new Bryan Cole "Pride And the Passion" radio campaign. "I couldn't be happier," says Bryan. "Alan is a real pro and just an all-around great guy. I'm very blessed to have him in my corner." Mr. Young will be promoting Bryan's latest single to secondary radio markets nationwide, including Music Row and New Music Weekly chart reporting stations. Says Bryan's manager, Michael Stover, "We believe we have a bonafide hit on our hands with this single. With the Pittsburgh Pirates using it in their TV spots starting in June, and it's patriotic, summer-fun sound...now, with Alan taking it to radio...We're very excited about this campaign."
Alan Young was the Country Music Chart Editor at Billboard Magazine from 1974-1978, followed by a brief stint at Warner/Elektra Records. Since 1979, he's been an independent record promoter of country music. Former clients include Alabama, George Strait, Lee Greenwood, Reba McEntire, Leann Rimes and Tim McGraw. His biggest success has been the chart-topping single by Heartland, "I Loved Her First" on indie label, Lofton Creek.
This marks the second collaboration between Perfect Vision and Alan Young. In 2010, the team paired for the promotion of Bryan Cole's debut single, "I'm Comin' Home," which reached the NMW Top 10 (#8) and earned him a Best New Country Artist nomination. The track also topped the Indie World Country Report, as well as charting internationally. For more information, please visit www.bryancolemusic.com.