As I’ve said before and I’m sure I’ll say again, the reason I became sober was so that I could live.
(PRWEB) October 15, 2014
Country Music’s "bad boy, gone good” Jared Blake reflected on his history with recovery, and about his sponsorship partnership with addiction referral service Live to Be Sober, during a special appearance on KHOU-TV’s “Great Day Houston” morning show that aired on August 29, 2014.
Blake, who was a season one contestant on NBC’s The Voice, also performed a live acoustic version of his first independent release “Don’t Mind.” A video of the special appearance is available on the KHOU-TV website at http://www.khou.com/media/cinematic/video/14393062/country-rock-rebel/
“As I’ve said before and I’m sure I’ll say again, the reason I became sober was so that I could live,” commented Blake, whose history with addiction and recovery is well-known thanks to the Country rocker’s willingness and courage to share his story. “And for as long as I can, I’m going to try and help as many people as possible become aware that help is available – either for themselves, or for a family member or friend who is battling addiction. That’s the mission of Live to Be Sober, and I’m proud to say that it’s part of my mission, too.”
“Jared’s commitment to helping other people draw strength from his personal life is inspirational,” commented Per Wickstrom of Live To Be Sober. “He’s not some talking head giving a lecture, or some ineffective PSA that nobody listens to. He’s the real deal, he speaks straight from his heart, and he represents a new kind of role model in our society: one who has fought and climbed their way back to sobriety, and now wants to help others.”
More information on Live to Be Sober is available at http://www.livetobesober.com.
More information on Jared Blake is available at http://www.jaredblakemusic.com.
About Live To Be Sober (LiveToBeSober.com)
Live to Be Sober is a referral service offered to you free of charge. If you have a loved one who needs help from an alcohol or drug addiction facility, we can do the research for you. At times like this, you may not know where to start in your search for the treatment program which will best suit your loved one's needs. Our highly skilled trained counselors can ask the right questions to suggest the best treatment program which will benefit your loved one. Our services are completely confidential.
About Jared Blake
Jared Blake has shared the stage with Lee Brice, Thompson Square, The Band Perry, and Randy Houser. He was featured in People and Rolling Stone magazines and online. Jared appeared on 2011 (Season 1) Team Blake top 4 member from NBC's The Voice, appearing before 14 million viewers weekly. Jared continues to lend his vocal talents weekly on the top 40 country countdown with Bob Kingsley (CT40). Jared is represented by Nashville-based development and marketing company M3 Agency, and signed to Nashville-based production company Skiddco Music.