Which comes first, the great country or the great mommy? Makes no difference. If you’re an American mommy, or have an American mommy, you (and she) will love "American Mommies" for years to come.
(PRWEB) May 04, 2016
The USA Freedom Kids keep on making Americans feel proud to be American – and this time the KIDS’ focus is on American mommies. In honor of Mother’s Day, the USA Freedom Kids are releasing their jazzy-song, “American Mommies.”
“We think American Mommies will be a classic from day one,” says Jeff Popick, the groups manager. “When rehearsals began, we tried to conceal it from the KIDS’ mothers, but it just didn’t work that way,” laughs Popick. “The bad news is the KIDS can’t keep a secret; the good news is all the mothers were delighted.”
There’s no longer a need to mail a five-dollar card that will ultimately pollute our landfills. Mom will open it and read it one time, probably taking about one-minute; and the next day, toss it in the trash.
Now, in today’s technological world, you can instantly download and email (or text) her American Mommies that she’ll keep and listen to for years. And it even comes with adorable cover-art so there’s zero need for a wasteful and expensive card. You can instantly download the song, American Mommies that lasts forever for less than two-bucks.
“American Mommies is a fun, upbeat and jazzy tune with sentimental lyrics that celebrates the very best of America … American Mommies!” Adds the groups manager, “And, we’re so proud to be able to release it in honor of Mother’s Day. We think it’s destined to become a sort of Mommy Anthem.”
“I think one of the things that makes America such a great place is our Mommies,” chuckles Bianca, the ‘triple-threat’ 11-year-old of the USA Freedom Kids. “So we had to do a song about, well, American Mommies,” chimes in Alexis, the groups’ youngest performer.
“Fun is at the heart of everything these KIDS do,” said Tish Poorman, the KIDS’ vocal coach. “American Mommies is an exquisite combination of fun and endearment. Every mother will want this on her devices.”
So, which comes first, the great country or the great mommy? Makes no difference. If you’re an American mommy, or have an American Mommy, you (and she) will love this song for years to come.