Pop artist Krystal Meyers kept herself busy during the release week of her highly-anticipated third album, Make Some Noise. On Tuesday, September 9, she spent the day with the staff at TVU/RadioU, where she was interviewed for both radio shows and TV. Visit www.tvulive.com for more information on her visit there. Krystal is also featured on HearItFirst.com this week, where a week-long promo is going on that includes a new exclusive video every day, a full album dance party and a contest where one lucky winner will win a shopping spree with Krystal. For more information on Krystal, please visit www.krystalmeyers.com.
Pop artist Krystal
Meyers will release her third, in-studio album, Make
Some Noise, on September 9, 2008. The 10-track project, entirely
written or co-written by Meyers, was recorded in Brentwood, Tenn. at Dutchland
Studio, and was produced by Doubledutch (Robert Marvin and Josiah Bell).
Krystal will be live on RadioU the morning of September 9. To listen, please
Later that week, the Revolve Tour kicks off at the Nationwide Arena, in
Columbus, Ohio. For more information on Krystal, please visit www.krystalmeyers.com.
Tenn.) August 7, 2008 – The official 2008 Olympics soundtrack album will
contain music from pop artist Krystal Meyers (Essential
Records / Provident Label Group) and rock band Fireflight (Flicker
Records / Provident Label Group). Each act has had one of its songs selected
for the album, Olympics 2008: One World, One Dream. Meyers’
song “Make Some Noise” and Fireflight’s “Unbreakable” are the songs that have
been selected to be on the album, which will release on August 8, 2008
worldwide, except the U.S., Canada and Japan (BMG Asia Pacific). The project
was approved by the International Olympics Committee. Krystal Meyers and
Fireflight’s songs will appear alongside music from artists such as Pink, Avril
Lavigne, John Mayer, Natasha Bedingfield, Boys Like Girls, among others.
addition, Krystal Meyers’ “Make Some Noise” will be the theme song used
throughout all television broadcasts of the 2008 Olympics, by Korean
About Krystal Meyers:
first burst on the scene with her self-titled Essential Records debut in 2005,
spawning her breakthrough hit “Anticonformity,” a song she wrote at camp before
entering ninth grade. Her debut set spawned four top ten singles and also
launched her career abroad. Her sophomore album, Dying For a Heart,
solidified Meyers’ stature as one of the top artists in Christian music—earning
her a second Dove nomination in the female vocalist of the year category—and
boosting her audience overseas, earning her major pop star status in Japan.
Meyers has performed before more than 400,000 people, and will be part of the
Fall 2008 – Winter 2009, 16-city Revolve Arena Tour, www.revolvetour.com.
Watch Krystal’s music video for “Make Some Noise,” which premiered on
Yahoo.comon July 10, 2008 - http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/KrystalMeyers/Make-Some-Noise--157439307.
Krystal Meyers will be
prominently featured throughout Gospel Music Channel’s upcoming reality series
based on the 2008-09 Revolve Tour. Gospel Music Channel is currently in production
of the show, where top rock, pop and hip-hop artists join the cast on the
enormously-popular Revolve Tour bus and head across the country to major summer
music festivals and events filled with thousands of teenagers. This unique
reality series will look in on the group’s adventures and all the real drama
that takes place on the road. The journey ends up at the first Revolve
conference of the 2008-09 season in Columbus, Ohio. Premiere date: Q4
additional information on Krystal Meyers, visit www.krystalmeyers.com.
Fireflight debuted nationally with
2006’s The Healing of Harms (Flicker Records) which delivered two No.
1 rock singles “You Decide” and “Waiting.” The band’s break-out follow up album
Unbreakable released March 4 to stellar 5-star reviews and the title
track secured the No. 1 spot at Christian rock radio for 4
weeks. Fireflight’s music has been featured on NBC’s “Bionic Woman,” E!
Entertainment’s “Style Network” and in music-video reels at both American
Eagle and Journey’s stores across the country. For more than
eight years, Fireflight has remained tireless road warriors on the concert
circuit averaging 140 shows a year. Fireflight is: Dawn Richardson, lead
vocals; Justin Cox, guitar; Glenn Drennen, guitar; Wendy Drennen, bass; and
Phee Shorb, drums.
“I simply cannot believe this,” exclaims an ecstatic Meyers. “Overwhelmed doesn’t begin to describe how I feel towards the reception I am receiving in Japan. God wanted this all to happen and I am so thankful to be a part of it.”
Meyers is returning to Japan for the second time this year to visit with media and retail. During her first outing, between March 25 and April 1, she performed a show for over 500 contest winners, saw retail and media, interviewed with MTV Japan, and did her cover photo shoot for Nylon Magazine Japan.
Since the U.S. release of her debut album on Essential Records, seventeen year-old Meyers has garnered a Dove Award nomination for New Artist of the Year, had three Top 10 singles (“The Way To Begin”, “My Savior”, and “Anticonformity”), and performed before more than 400,000 people.
Krystal Meyers’ second studio project, Dying For A Heart, will be in stores September 19.
For more information on Krystal Meyers, visit www.krystalmeyers.com and www.essentialrecords.com.