Teen Country Music Star Josey Milner is Today’s Honoree

JosieMilner Josey Milner is a teen country music artist, NHS student and anti-bullying advocate. In December 2012, Josey Milner released her new single, “Not Pretty Enough,” with veteran engineers Matthew Russo (Hall and Oates) and Larry Gann (Elton John) and producer, Micah Burdick.

The single kicked off an anti-bullying campaign, with Josey as national spokesperson for Angels and Doves. The single was the second most-added at country radio (New Music Weekly) in its first week of release, and it’s currently #35 NMW and #108 Music Row.

Josey is continuing with an extensive series of radio, print and online interviews, as well as taking her live shows to audiences across the Midwest and beyond. She recently performed at the Nascar Kobalt 400, for the Welcome Home Troops Benefit, and she will be performing for the Teddy Bear Festival in April, to benefit children’s charities, in addition to a CMA Fest showcase in Nashville, this June.

In January 2013, Josey embarked on her very first radio promotion tour, visiting stations in Tennessee, Kansas and Missouri. Also that month, she was named as one of the Top 10 “Hottest New Stars” in a book from PDS Entertainment.

In April, Josey was nominated as Most Promising Young Artist at the 2013 Independent Country Music Association awards. One thing is for certain, wherever her music may take her, she will always remain the small-town girl with the rodeo spurs still hanging on her wall.

Visit Josey Milner for more information.

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