BYRON, Ga. – (April 26, 2012) – 2012 Absolutely Gospel Music Award nominee Sharron Kay Kingis proud to announce that her new single is currently being featured this month on AbsolutelyGospel.com’s MP3 features. The new single, titled “Look Up”, is available to hear via a free stream on the popular Gospel music news and information site alongside current releases from The Perrys, Karen Peck & New River, Sisters, Tribute Quartet, and the brand new Legacy Five music video for “Ask Me Why.”
“The staff of Absolutely Gospel has partnered with my ministry in so many ways,” mentioned Sharron. “I’m honored to have my music being represented on such a great and consistently viewed website. I encourage everyone to check the song out and see what else you might like to read or hear on the site as well!”
Sharron just released her latest single to radio. The new song, titled “Look Up,” is the fifth single released from King’s SGN Music Award-nominated project Don’t Stop Believing. “Look Up” was written by Eric Horner and was just released to Southern Gospel radio through Eddie King & Crown Communications.
All four of Sharron’s previous singles from Don’t Stop Believing landed in the Top 20 on the AbsolutelyGospel.com Top 40 Weeky Chart – the industry’s most watched weekly radio report in Southern Gospel music.
Sharron was honored earlier this year to see their name among the 10 nominees for Fan Favorite Artist of the Year in the highly-respected Absolutely Gospel (SGN) Music Awards. This is the second time in her career that Sharron has been nominated for an Absolutely Gospel Music Award. She was previously nominated in 2007 in the Country Album of the Year category for her The Road I Know project.
More information as well as booking information on Sharron Kay King can be found at http://sharronkayking.com. Fans can visit Sharron on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/
About Sharron Kay King
Sharron Kay King is a talented singer/songwriter based out of Byron, Georgia. Sharron’s last release, Don’t Stop Believing, spawned off the #1 fan favorite “God’s Been Good.” King was a 2008 Top 5 finalist in the Singing News Fan Awards for Favorite Horizon Individual and a 2009 Top 10 finalist for Favorite Soloist.