Tis the giving season, but Canadian country artist Aaron Goodvin wants to keep that goodwill going the rest of the year, too. So he’s partnered with A World For Good, a service that lets customers — or in this case fans — vote for the cause they, and you, care about.
“So many exciting things have been happening for me in my career. Because of that I have been looking for ways to help those who are facing challenges right now,” the Alberta artist said in a press release, referencing his quartet of consecutive top 10s, including platinum-selling single “Lonely Drum” which won him a CCMA for Songwriter of the Year, and a second album out February on Warner/Reviver.
“A World For Good is a great way to do that and involve my fans who make it all happen for me. I hope that other artists will follow our lead.”
Goodvin, the first musician to use the platform, is asking his fans to vote for one of six non-profit organizations that mean the most to them: – Continue reading Joshua Ostroff’s feature on the SamaritanMag website.