Michael Bublé Keith Chagall Makes Huffington Post Piece The Beatles, Eric Clapton, The Who, Frank Sinatra, CCR and Humble Pie, Plus Keith Chagall's…

clubgrl posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 11:28PM
If you find yourself singing the chorus to Keith Chagall’s Music Video, “Sail on Betsy Ross,” it’s possible it’s because on Adult Contemporary radio, it was the number 1 most added song 4 weeks in a row tied with Katy Perry and Lady Gaga, and it has been in the Top 20 on FMQB radio for over 3 months. It’s all over the internet on YouTube, Vimeo, AllMusic, ArtistDirect, DailyMotion and more, so it’s pretty hard to miss! Huffington post (at: link) headline reads: “The Beatles, Eric Clapton, The Who, Frank Sinatra, CCR and Humble Pie, Plus Keith Chagall's Kennedy Tribute” – now that’s some company to be in!
The video is also taking over the TV airwaves – playing to over 5 million households in NY on Video Hits in Rochester, Syracuse & Buffalo; in Manhattan and the boroughs on H20 TV and in Long Island, Queens and the Bronx on Homegrown as well. In 100,000 households in Missouri and for those at U of MO, tune your TV to Videologg. In Wisconsin tune it in Fox Traxx airing in 25,000 households; in Arizona available in 1.5 million households on Music & Mayhem and Underground Video throughout the State.

Plus, walk into anyone of 25,000 locations including Macy’s, Ikea, Rentway, Albertsons, American Eagle Outfitters, Ashley Furniture, Bally's Fitness, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burger King, Carl's Jr., Hard Rock Cafe, Harrah's Casino, Hooters, Hot Topic, Hyatt Hotels, JC Penney, McDonalds, Nordstrom, Pep Boys, Rooms To Go, Sears, Steve Madden or Walgreens and if you hear that catchy phrase... “Sail on Betsy Ross, it was a cold November when we paid the cost...” look up to the video screen to see and hear the words of JFK and the plethora of historic images that have made this country what it is, in this moving tribute to the great leaders; many of them women, of America.

Connect with Keith on Facebook (at: link) , YouTube (at: link ), at www.KeithChagall.com and on iTunes (at: link).

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