Trace Adkins to help the WWPApril 6th, 2009 - 11:17 pm ICT by GD
Have you ever been requested by a singer to watch him carefully? Yes, Trace Adkins has asked his viewers to do so. On the 44th Annual Academy of Country music awards, Trace will be seen to perform his new song “‘Till The Last Shot’s Fired”. He has asked his viewers to watch his performance minutely.
In his latest interview Adkin said, “’m doing it with the West Point Glee Club on television - and I may never do it again”. The song was sung by Adkins due to an appeal from ACM and it aimed to benefit the project named Wounded Warrior. The singer was noticed to have been thrilled by the opportunity of visiting the military academy. Adkin strongly believes that he is being noticed more as a result of this show. The singer sought to fame through his appearance in the first season of “The Celebrity Apprentice” by NBA, did his debut album in 1996, and since then has bagged a series of hits.
Trace Adkins also swept an award in the 44th Annual Academy of Country music, for single Record of the year. His single album “You’re Gonna Miss This” takes all the credit for this. The singer was surprised as he didn’t expect it at all.
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