Patriotism in song usually emanates from country & western singers.Â Patriotism, pride and passion are felt, but seldom verbalized, by African-Americans.Â â€œIâ€™m An American,â€ an emotive and timely new ode to American troops, touchingly delivered by established Las Vegas crooner Daniel Lowery, who is African-American, was released nationwide.
The song, written by Lowery,
Producer Batt, who has worked with an array of superstars, including Julio Iglesias, Shakira, Sandi Patty, Jean Carne, and Regina Belle, agrees.Â â€œThe reason for this song is to give people hope.Â Itâ€™s because theyâ€™re doing their job that Iâ€™m able to do my job here.Â I feel indebted to do a song thatâ€™s going to make them smile.â€
A poignant, touching video accompanies the release of the single.Â â€œI’m An American,â€ the first single from Lowery’s upcoming self-titled Timbo/Jam Records CD, is available at CDBaby.com, itunes and www.timbojamrecords.com.
Lowery is an established
â€œI’m An Americanâ€ is the right song for these days and times, lending a human aspect to the current status for thousands of our courageous military men and women.Â Those honorable troops are our family members and this song gives a voice to them.Â Now more than ever, Americans are strong and looking toward a brighter tomorrow for everyone.
Daniel Lowery’s heartfelt â€œI’m An Americanâ€ beautifully demonstrates that a Black man in
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