Texas Top 10 music artists donate to Dell Children's Medical Center
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Texas Top 10 music artists donate to Dell Children's Medical Center

By John Steven

People in the Texas music business have big hearts

and it is their willing attitude to help others in need that

amplifies their compassionate spirit of giving.

Dell Children's Medical Center provides critical

medical services to children in the 56 counties of

Central Texas. Donating financial support to help

children with medical issues makes people feel good about giving.

Texas Music News Network, based in Austin, and 10 of the top female

country music artists from Texas have teamed up to produce an

outstanding compilation of hit songs, called The Texas Top 10, 

for sale to the public. A portion of the sales revenue will be donated

to Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin.

People helping people is what life is all about.

Barbie Sproull, Coordinator of the Dell Children's Foundation,

says, "Dell Children's is excited to be part of the Texas Top 10 project. 

The combination of Texas music and helping children is a win-win and

we are thrilled to be the beneficiaries of such an awesome project".

To buy the record, go to the Texas Music News website and you will find

the information in the music store called Texas Records. Here is the direct

link to the page. http://www.texasmusicnews.net/RECORDS.htm

You can listen to sample clips of all the songs on the record.

The digital download is $10 and you get two downloads for the price of one.

The digital quality is the highest available and better than iTunes quality.

Please visit the Texas Music News Network website, where you will find

more information on all the music artists on Texas Top 10 Country Women


Please visit the Dell Children's Medical Center website, where you will find

information on their foundation programs. http://www.childrensaustin.org

John Steven is Editor of Texas Music News Network

in Austin. He is also a national music column writer for

American Music Press. He produces several

adio shows, including Texas Music Radio.

Contact via E-mail

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