NASHVILLE TN –Throughout the last two and half years, Jake Gill has raised tens of thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations around the world. Jake is excited to be teaming up with HOPE FOR HEROES and Reins of Hope, a non-profit 501c3 organization, whose mission is to provide therapeutic horseback programs to children and adults with a variety of physical, mental and emotional challenges. “I am excited to help not only help Reins of Hope and therapeutic riding, but to help get the Hope for Heroes program the credit it deserves.” Recent research has demonstrated incredible results in treating veterans with PTSD. “I can’t think of a greater honor than to serve a generation who gave so much to this country”.
After a whirlwind tour across the US this summer, Jake Gill has much to celebrate as his much anticipated fifth studio album MAVERICK IN ME has landed his 6th song on the Music Row Breakout Country Singles chart. .“BABY I’M ON IT continues to be a crowd favorite. The project features 10 news songs and will feature up to 4 radio releases The Sylvia, KS native showed no signs of slowing down with the first of 12 shows in his new venue home in Nashville, TN, the famed Hard Rock Cafe. His tour this season has taken the singer to over 37 states and 180 shows and allowed the artist and his band to meet their fans and sample some of the country’s best food. “The fresh seafood in the Gulf Coast has made the South a very popular stop for us. You just can’t beat fresh crab legs and lobster,” said Gill
During his last show of the week on the MAVERICK IN ME TOUR in New York last week, Gill was fired up as the entire crowd learned the lyrics to his energy packed single “Half Way Though a Six Pack” which resulted in a large chorus of cheers. Dean McNeal with Dean Connections in Seatac WA, said the show was a great success. Gill will continue the momentum on the MAVERICK IN ME TOUR in Lusk at the Niobrara County Fairgrounds August 5 starting at 7 pm. For more information on Jake Gill and Reins of Hope please visit http://jakegill.net