Streamsound Records’ singer/songwriter Dakota Bradley is partnering with the American Red Cross as Global Ambassador for their mission to reduce fire deaths and injuries by 25 percent.
The cause hits close to home for the 21-year-old. He grew up in St. Louis and moved to Nashville at the age of 16 after his family lost everything in a house fire.
To kick off the yearlong giving campaign, Bradley will donate $0.50 to the American Red Cross for every digital purchase of “Name On It” sold between June 23, 2015 and Sept. 30, 2015. Available here.
“Losing my home in a fire was devastating. I am honored to partner with the American Red Cross in hopes to prevent similar tragedies, as well as a way to help fire victims,” says Bradley.
Bradley is working on an album with Grammy-winning producer and Streamsound co-owner Byron Gallimore and superstar Tim McGraw.