ADAM HARVEY RELEASES TOUCHING VIDEO FOR ‘SHE DON’T KNOW SHE’S BEAUTIFUL’, THE FIRST SINGLE TAKEN FROM THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED NEW ALBUM ‘FAMILY LIFE’
ADAM HARVEY BECOMES AN AMBASSADOR AND FRIEND OF THE ‘MCGRATH FOUNDATION’
PHYSICAL PRE-ORDERS AVAILABLE NOW WITH SIGNED ALBUM ARTWORK
As recently announced FAMILY LIFE, the brand new studio album from Adam Harvey, will be released on Friday August 22nd. The video for the lead single ‘She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful’ can be seen here: Adam Harvey ‘She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful’ Video
FAMILY LIFE contains 12 brand new Adam Harvey recordings including the first single ‘She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful’, a simple, infectious song about a man’s appreciation of a modest woman. The video’s director Duncan Toombs added an emotive twist that provides yet another dimension to the song and represents the motive behind Adam’s interest in becoming an ambassador for the McGrath Foundation.
“I became aware of the wonderful work of McGrath Foundation when a dear family friend experienced breast cancer” remarks Adam. “My wife Kathy and I have also had a few scares, which fortunately turned out to be false alarms. During those times, our everyday life came to a standstill and I got a glimpse of what it must be like for thousands of other families who go through the same thing.”
Adam’s new album FAMILY LIFE is now available to pre-order from the physical retailer link below, and each pre-ordered album arrives signed by Adam Harvey himself.
With a career spanning almost twenty years, half a million album sales, gold & platinum albums and eight Golden Guitar Awards, Adam Harvey is one of Australia’s most popular & enduring recording artists. The new album FAMILY LIFE follows on from the outstanding success of THE GREAT COUNTRY SONGBOOK, his platinum selling album with Troy Cassar-Daley.
ADAM HARVEY BECOMES AN AMBASSADOR AND FRIEND OF THE MCGRATH FOUNDATION
Iconic Australian country singer Adam Harvey has adopted a new shade of ‘pink’, becoming an ambassador and friend of the McGrath Foundation. Adam has committed to work in support of the McGrath Foundation’s mission to raise money to fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities right across Australia and to increase breast awareness in young Australians.
McGrath Foundation Ambassador and Director, Tracy Bevan, says the McGrath Foundation is thrilled to welcome Adam Harvey as a Foundation Friend.
“It is through the support of our friends and ambassadors like Adam Harvey, that the Foundation is able to continue providing vital support to families experiencing breast cancer. Funding McGrath Breast Care Nurses and spreading breast awareness amongst Australians is our key mission and we couldn’t do it without the support of our valued Foundation Friends.
“Adam previously supported us through this year’s Tamworth Country Music Festival, and we are thrilled to have his continued friendship and support” Tracy said.
“I became aware of the wonderful work of McGrath Foundation when a dear family friend experienced breast cancer” remarked Adam. “My wife Kathy and I have also had a few scares, after finding lumps in her breast, which fortunately turned out to be false alarms. During those times, our everyday life came to a stand still and I got a glimpse of what it must be like for thousands of other families who go through the same thing.”
“Much of my work is in rural and regional Australia, the very areas where breast care nurses are most needed and where the McGrath Foundation’s initiatives are focused. It feels like a good fit to me and I’m excited about doing what I can to help fund the 101st McGrath breast care nurse and beyond.”
“I even have my own McGrath Foundation fundraising page so if you are in a position to help, I would really appreciate it!”
ABOUT THE MCGRATH FOUNDATION
Jane McGrath’s personal experience has seen a team of passionate and dedicated people come together and step up to the challenge of making life for families experiencing breast cancer just that little bit easier. Until there is a cure for breast cancer, the McGrath Foundation is committed to providing as much support as it can for families facing a breast cancer experience through the funding of McGrath Breast Care Nurses nationally, no matter where they live or their financial situation.
In addition, Jane’s diagnosis at just 31 made her passionate about encouraging young women to be breast aware by knowing their breasts and being aware of any changes. Again, from this inspiration, the McGrath Foundation has now developed the innovative Curve Lurve program which focuses on empowering young women to look after their bodies, know what’s normal for them and take action that promotes their own health and wellbeing, while at the same time debunking common community myths.
To find out more about the McGrath Foundation and how you can help make a difference, please visit our website (mcgrathfoundation.com.au) or join us on Facebook (mcgrathfoundation), Twitter (mcgrathfdn) or Instagram (mcgrathfoundation) and encourage your friends to do the same.