Country music’s rising star, Katie Armiger, released her new single, “Safe,” to radio last week and has been making the media rounds with performances on national news outlets. The new single, “Safe,” from her top-charting album, Fall Into Me, is dedicated to our nation’s first responders. Conjointly, Armiger has created a supporting campaign, Project Feel Safe, to honor the brave men and women who keep us safe. For more information, visit www.youmakemefeelsafe.com
On Friday, Jan 24, the young starlet appeared live on HLN’s “News Now.” Armiger was on throughout the three o’clock hour discussing current topics with hosts Mike Galanos and Susan Hendricks, including GRAMMY Awards predictions and Justin Beiber’s recent arrest. She performed her Top 40 hit, “Better In A Black Dress,” and her current single “Safe.” The music video for “Safe” was also voted by the show’s Twitter followers as the #gottaloveit video of the day. Watch the performance HERE
On Monday, Jan 27, Armiger appeared on cable’s No. 1 Morning show FOX & Friends. Watch her performance HERE. After the live performance, she performed on FOX’s “After The Show Show” where the Armiger dug a little deeper into her awareness campaign, Project Feel Safe. Watch that interview and performance HERE.
Katie Armiger and her bandmates impressed FOX & Friends hosts Steve Doocy and Elisabeth Hasselbeck so much after their performance yesterday (1/27) they were invited to hang on the curvy couch.
The Project Feel Safe campaign is designed to give the general public an opportunity to give thanks and share their support for the brave men and women in their community. Armiger partnered with famed viral video director Justin Baldoni and the Long Beach Fire Department to create a dramatic music video depicting the sacrifices of our first responders and the families who love them. The video invites viewers to visit the campaign’s website at www.YouMakeMeFeelSafe.com to give thanks and share their support for the brave men and women in their community. Use #projectfeelsafe to share you own personal story, photos, and messages of thanks for first responders.