Country artist Katie Armiger continues to bring awareness to first responders with her single, “Safe.” The singer recently appeared on Fox & Friends, HLN News Now, and GAC’s Top Twenty Countdown to discuss the launch of her Project Feel Safe campaign.
During her performance on Fox & Friends, Katie revealed the backstory of her campaign.
“I have first responders in my family. There are so many natural disasters, especially in this past year. We wanted to do something to give back so we started Project Feel Safe, which is a national awareness campaign,” she explained.
The singer, whose album “Fall Into Me” was released in 2013, also chatted about her single on HLN News Now. Watch Katie’s performance of “Better In A Black Dress” from the segment here.
The video for “Safe” debuted at number three on GAC’s “Top Twenty Countdown” last week. Katie appeared on the show and thanked her fans for their support.
“This song and video hold a special meaning to me and I am so thankful for my amazing fans for voting and bringing awareness to our nation’s first responders,” Katie allowed.
Visit www.YouMakeMeFeelSafe.com to personally thank a first responder and support the campaign efforts. Watch the music video (which has racked over one million views) for “Safe” here and follow Katie on Twitter for the latest updates on the project.