Bucky Covington is known and loved as much for his engaging personality as for his formidable talent. Three hit singles have helped push his debut album toward gold status, and his tremendous likeability and down-home personal style win friends and fans as he tours the country. On stage, the long-haired North Carolinian shines with rock start charisma and country boy charm.
Fans have the opportunity to meet the recording artist at the Nashville Southern Women’s Show, which opens this week. In an appearance sponsored by Help The Good Guys and Local 140 Firefighters, Covington will perform and meet fans on Thursday, April 12 on the 107.5 The River Fashion stage as part of the annual shopping, food, education and fun extravaganza geared toward women. Covington’s appearance is part of The Local 140 Firefighter Fashion Show, where guests are encouraged to clap, shout and even whistle as our local heroes in formalwear (from Ambassadors Formalwear by Gilda) strut their stuff on the runway; all for charity.
Bucky Covington’s self-titled debut CD opened at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with the biggest first week sales for any debut country artist that year. He went on to become the best selling debut artist of 2007 and delivered three consecutive Top 10 hit singles to country radio. In addition to competing on the fifth season of American Idol, Bucky’s national television appearances have included Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kelly!, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show and Fox & Friends.
Approximately 130,000 firefighters and police officers suffer duty related injuries or illness every year. Many are permanently injured with life altering disabilities and are unable to return to work. Help The Good Guys serves to honor and support our country’s injured Fire Fighters and Police Officers who are experiencing financial crisis due to work related injuries. Founded by medically retired Metro Nashville police officer Mickey Milam, the organization seeks to ease the emotional and financial burden
The Southern Women’s Show is an annual tradition of shopping, education, food and fun. Attracting thousands of visitors each year, the event offers a festive atmosphere brimming with unique vendors, specialty boutiques, entertainment and programs of interest for women. Guests delight in the shopping, celebrity appearances, prizes and pampering. From food, fashion and beauty to home, health and travel, the Southern Women’s show is a shop-til-you-drop extravaganza of fun.
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