Frankie Ballard Featured On GAC Exclusive Web Series

 
Frankie Ballard has been featured all over GACTV.com, Great American Country’s (GAC) website, this winter with his exclusive new online series entitled “Frankie Ballard Road Reports.” Before embarking on the “It’s Good To Be Me Tour 2010″ with fellow Michigan artists Uncle Kracker and Ty Stone, GAC asked Ballard if they could come along on the road with him …via video that is. The result is an exclusive eight episode web series that gives fans a candid glimpse into Ballard’s life on the road featuring everything from his favorite guitar to playing the famed Billy Bob’s in Texas to a tour of their traveling van. 
With his hit debut single “Tell Me You Get Lonely” breaking through the country music charts, this country heartthrob is also storming up GAC’s fan-voted Top 20 Country Countdown with his music video landing in the No. 5 spot this week.
To view all episodes of Frankie Ballard’s “Road Reports,” click HERE.
Ballard will be anything but lonely for long as he heads back to Michigan this week for his highly anticipated hometown concerts in Lansing on 12/17 and Kalamazoo on 12/18.
Hailing from Battle Creek, Michigan, Frankie Ballard brings a fresh new sound with his unique blend of edgy, country rock and sheer, fleet-fingering guitar skills. In 2008, Ballard won Kenny Chesney’s “Next Big Star” regional competition and opened for Chesney at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids and Ford Field in Detroit. Ballard is currently working on his forthcoming debut album for Reprise Records with producer Michael Knox (Jason Aldean).
To watch Frankie Ballard’s “Tell Me You Get Lonely Video,” visit FrankieBallard.com.
For more information on Frankie Ballard, www.FrankieBallard.com

One reply on “Frankie Ballard Featured On GAC Exclusive Web Series”

  1. The first time I heard Frankie Ballard sing and play the guitar, I knew he would some day make it big! The times I seen him were all at "The Birthday Bash" presented by radio station B-93 "the Buzz"..he plays a mean guitar! I thought of Keith Urban when I first saw him perform. I am from Lansing, MI. Frankie, I just want to wish you the best! You are definitely a "people" person..walking through the crowd last summer while playing your guitar, I put my arm around you and told you "Your wish will come true!" You are so thoughtful, signing a guitar and giving it away to young people..my niece was there each time, and last year at the Bash was the first time I saw disappointment on her face as she has a guitar, but not a very good one because of her hard working single Mom, my sister. I told her maybe next time…keep smiling Frankie and wish you the best of everything..I plan on buying your CD and one for my niece! Always, Debbie ♥

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