September 9, 2014
For Immediate Release
Craig Campbell
[email protected]

(Nashville, Tennessee...) -- Spirited duo North 40 just shipped their third single, the rousing uptempo "Whole Lot Of Livin'," to country radio, and that's exactly what Heather Looney and Paige Logan did recently in Florence, Alabama. After an on-air visit with Sherry St John at KIX 96 WXFL, the duo shared some music and stories and met many new North 40 Citizens with the packed lunch crowd at a station event at the famous Champy's Chicken in nearby Muscle Shoals.

Written By: Mark Papadatos

(l. to r.) - North 40's Heather Looney, KIX 96 OM/PD Fletch, North 40's Paige Logan and fellow artist Lucas Hoge.

(l. to r.) -- North 40's Heather Looney, KIX 96's Sherry St. John, and North 40's Paige Logan.

About North 40: North 40 is the newest chapter in the lives of these talented women, merging their country roots into a progressive, original new sound. Prolific songwriters, the artists are unveiling their creative collaboration, North 40, with a tight fusion of sweet and spicy harmonies and songs that hit home with the core country listener. Though relatively new as a music duo, the friendship of Logan and Looney goes back almost two decades. Both originally moved to Nashville to pursue music careers, and as life, family, children, etc., sidetracked them a bit, they never lost sight of their artistic dreams. Finally, and after realizing that the music they were hearing on the radio was not speaking to them or their demographic - the core country listener - they decided to take matters into their ownhands...'cause life begins at North 40.

Posted by: Dan Harr

For additional information, news tour dates and music on North 40, visit http://www.North40Country.com

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Publicity contact:
Craig Campbell, Campbell Entertainment Group, 615-210-3602 [email protected]

Promotion contact GrassRoots Promotion:
Teresa Johnston-Chance, 615-456-0187 [email protected]

Renee McClure, 615-646-3912 [email protected]

Wendy Bruzewski, 615-351-4138 [email protected]