05) How Could I Go? - Emerald Butler
How Could I Go?
AMERICANA YOUTH OF SOUTHERN APPALACHIA
Share America Foundation, Inc.
Release: May 16, 2019
How Could I Go? – Emerald Butler (2:17)
Songwriter: Emerald Butler
Publisher and PRO: Emerald Butler/BMI
Emerald Butler:Vocals, Guitar, and Fiddle;
John Roberts: Bass
Bary Wilde: Piano
Chris Gordon: Drums
Tim Neal: Dobro
Engineer: Josh Chuma (Breaker 17 Studio)
Emerald Butler is a Share America Scholar, graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in Bachelors of Science in Music Business with a minor in marketing. As an songwriter/entertainer, she performs country roots music as a vocalist, guitarist and fiddler. She has appeared as a guest performer with Rhonda Vincent, Cody McCarver of Confederate Railroad, and opened for David Allan Coe alongside Cedi Allen Moore.
"It has been a pleasure being a part of the Share America program, project, and community. It has helped me along with my journey, and I hope that what little I have contributed will encourage and benefit others." Emerald Butler
The Share America Foundation, Inc., a 501-C-3 of Georgia, which fosters the arts and preserves the history of Appalachia while presenting the Pearl and Floyd Franks Scholarship annually to youth who continue traditional music styles of Appalachia. The organization hosts special events and creates projects that perpetuate the Appalachian experience.
It operates with a five-member volunteer board, and a task force of volunteers. The organization has assisted 28 college scholars thus far and numerous other youth in aspiring towards their musical goals through entertainer mentors, live performances, and creating opportunities for learning and success.
The music featured on this project is distributed to
radio stations thanks to a Round Up Grant from the North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation Foundation, the Kiwanis Club of Ringgold and the Wes and Shirley Smith Charitable Endowment.
Monies raised from the CD benefit the Share America Foundation, Inc. and its Pearl and Floyd Franks Scholarship. The project is distributed by Crimson Records.
Learn more or donate at www.ShareAmericaFoundation.org.